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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, dron, of Doinnd, Fla., nro visiting rolatlves and friends In this vicinity. Miss Krma Carter, of Ucavor Dam, here, with her spent tho week-en- d Subscription $1.50 per Year NUMBER 9 SERIOUS CHARGES BROUGHT BY lililTTON FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1920. instead of one small cog wheel from ono Bide. This stove burns 90.66 per cent air to .34 per cent oil, For sale by WILLIAMS & DUKE. ROSIN'I. MAKES APPEAL FOR UNION OF SCHOOLS PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS parents. Mr. Roamus Carter and niece, Miss Myrtle, nro nttondlng tho Rockport Fair this week. Miss Poarl Coppage, of Dundee, Is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. Onls WhltehoHso. Llttlo Fannlo Irene Casobler is spending the week with her grand-mothe- r, Poland Treaty, Red's Demands Are Refuses Obnoxious. ' Mr. Art Rowe, of Milwaukee, Wis., August 22, 1920. Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Mandy Mr. T. W. Wallace, Cromwell, Ky., Doar Tom: I notice you peoplo Rowe, of near town. are working to got a consolidated London, Aug. 25 An Immodlato f poaco ne- jgotintions nt Minsk will result If tho Polos ndhoro to tltelr demnnd for withdrawal of tho .main Russian tonus, says a measnBorcclcvowlth- terms, says n messogo received hero today from Ocorgo Tchltcherln, tho Husslan Soviet Forolgn Minister, dat- od Monday at Moscow. London, Aug. 25 Poland's reply 4o tho peaco terms presented by tho Russian Soviet delegation at Minsk amounts to a flat rojection says tho Manchester Guardian's Minsk Correspondent in a wireless dispatch filled In that city on Monday. "Out of the fifteen Russian demands," ho continues, "only one, that relative to demobilization, Is accepted and that only on condition that Russia will take a similar course that Is to say, Russia must demobilize at tho samo time Poland disbands her forces. "Tho terms relative to dlsarma-jnon- t, tho closing of munitions plants .and tho delivery of munitions to Rus-.sl- a by Poland aro Indignantly rejected. "Bolshovik terms rolatlve to a Polish workers' militia and control by tho Russians of tho railway lino from IMalystok southward aro declarod beyond discussion. Tho boundary lino between Poland and Russia as laid down by Earl Curzon, British Secretary of Stato for Foreign Affairs, is declared unacceptable, as It involves a third partition of Poland. "Demands for distribution of land to Polish victims of war and tho return of tho cattle and horsos driven .away by Polish land ownors from "Whlto Ruthenla and Lithuania aro .rejected as Interfering with tho lnter-y- jnnl affairs of Poland, and a violation ot Polish sovereignty. rupture of tho Kusso-I'olls- h -- -- "Other terms are rejected without qualification, and Poland domands a lino of demarcation between Polish .and Russian territory based .on strategic considerations and the idea of .buffer States." WARNING. , ,i -- There has been 8 cases of small-;p- oi at Nocreok, 4 cases reported at Davidson station, 1 at Cromwell. It has been going tho rounds In Washington school district for tho past month, and the disease has gone thrdugh some 5 or 6 families. Tho Health Offl-e- r was down Tuesday to look over tho situation and quarantine all those suspected of tho disease. It Is tho opinion of our best Authorities that vaccination Is tho preventive for this disease. If you iiavo not boon vaccinated, do so at ronco. Cold weather is coming on .now, and the. diseaso is so well scattered that you; are liable to come In contact with it most any time, have .yourself and children vaccinated at once. OHIO COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH Judgo Mack Cook, Ch'm. E. B. Pondleton, Sec'y. DUKKHURST Mr. J. E. Park made a trip to JHartford Tuesday. Mr. Goorgo Hlckoy spent Sunday at Whltesvlllo. Mrs. S. L. Longfellow, of Bowling 'Green, Is visiting relatives hero. Mr. E. F. Ewlng went to Cloverport .Suaday to Bpond a fow days. Ray Cornell left this week for .Bowling Green, to resumo his work 3n tho oil flolds Miss Lula Walker, of Lexington, arrlvod hero last week, for a visit to her sister, Mrs. J, W. Cu.ttr. Mrs. John Bozarth. of Hartford, with hor paronts, .spent last week-en- d Ttlr. and Mrs. Jim York. Mrs. J. W. Carter and son nnd Miss Xula Walker, were tho guests of Mrs. A. E. Pato, at Hartford, Sunday. Eugeno Combs spent Saturday and Sunday with his uncle. Esq. Lesllo Combs, of near Hartford. Messrs. Oda Baughn and AUon Car- -i iter spent Saturday night and Sunday with friends at Mt. Moriah. ,Mrs. Prudlo McCormlck and chll- - timer of Cromwell and having many managor of tho Cumberland Tele- days. Mr. Luther Johnson has purchased good friends In and around there, phone office at this place and now especially among tho younger set, Traffic Chief for this district spent Mr. Tom McQuady's property In and Chicago, Aug. 24 Charges that and has rented his storo house I am naturally Interested In their, soveral days this week in Hartford at Hartford. $87,500' appropriated by tho British. to Mr. James Ferris. I havo always done whaler and tho vicinity. Mr. SJiorman Smith Is moving to welfare. of August was Parliament for entertainment purTho twenty-fourt- h tho farm which ho recently purchas- or I could to hclit Cromwell and composes at tho British Embassy In you .people are Mrs. W. B. McCormlck and daugh- Mrs. J. E. Williams' birthday. Tho munity, but I notice ed from Mr. E. F. Ewlng. present wero Mrs. Nancy Washington had "found Its way into 111., have refriends ter, of West Frankfort, Tho protracted mcotlngNwlll begin striving to put orur ono of the groat-otho Democratic National Committee" advancements evor tried for the turned to their home after spending Keown, Miss Alma Simpson, Mr. and wore Concord tho second Sunday night at made today by Congressman Wilson, Mrs. Nolla good of tho younger generation, Com- several days with Mrs. McCormlck's Mrs. John W. In October. s'lgn-cd foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ai A. Lang, Mrs. Mary Cummlngs, Mrt Frod A. Brltton, of Illinois, In a Mrs. T. M. Baughn, "and Mr. and munity High School. Tom, I am sure statement. Betsy Pierce and daughter, Sue. All you aro for tho school, hut fearing, Carter, of Routo 1. Mrs. Anls Wado spent Saturday and Proof of this assertion will bo enjoyed the bountflul dinner and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Hobart like most projects, there are some brought before the Senate Campaign ' Miss Ruth Riley, of Owensboro, counted the day not knowing tho advantages, who will Rnughn, of Bells Runn. Mr. Calvin Taylor and wlfo, of Investigating Committee when It reMrs. W. R. Jones and daughter, of be against It. I am writing you to urgo who has been in Union City, Term., convenes next Monday, he said. and not against' and Dawson Springs, for some time, Butlor County, visited Mr. Truman Monett, Mo.,ond Mrs. Ella Rush, of them to voto for, "Evidence will be Introduced at tha Taylor's family Monday. Kclfer, Oklahoua havo been spend- this. Get behind It, push it, in fact arrived here Tuesday, to spend the Mr. Nute Daugherty Is very sick pending Investigation to show that possible. We havo the remainder of the week with relatives ing soveral days with relative"? here. put It over if tho British Parliament recently apthis week. Word has been received hero of samo system here, somo years ago beforo returning to her work In OwMr. Joo Allen has returned home propriated $87,500 in favor of tho High School ensboro. tho death of I. N. Joffrlus. wnlch oc- we voted tho Community at Washington from Kansas City, where he has been British ambassador curred at Ownmboro last week M here and comolldated four schools, taking a course in a mechanical for entertainment purposes, and that The local in these columns last Jeffries formerly conducted a grocery tod.ay tho closest rural school is tea this- fund already has found Its way miles. This system has been tried week In refcrenco to the birth of tho school. storo at this placo. Mrs. Ella Reeves, of Illinois, has into the Democratic National Comout and fo.ml to bo tho couapo-t- ami llttlo girl into tho home of Mr. and been visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary mittee, where it no doubt will be folbest systen yet. We employ seven Mrs. Ollle Schreckel, of Decatur, 1TH BIRTHDAY. lowed by ten times that amount J. Cumming3, for a short time. s fnot Second or Ihlrd Ala., should havo read August Instead should, it bo made evident that tho means the chil- of July. We made tho little lady's disciple of Wilson can win with, Mr. U. W. Stewart, of Cromwell, class) teachors, this SUCCESSFUL DANCE. dren from these four rural schools age one month too great. passed the period Wednesday marking money," the statement read in part. year of his age. Mrs in the same grade, are placed together h Tho dance given here on the 19th. , tho Mr, and Mrs. W. T .Woodward and by L. T. Riley, was largely attended SULPHUR SPRINGS. J. W. O'Bannon of Russollvllle and the teachors give them all their time, they only .little granddaughter Katheryn An-- ( E. Duke, of this place, daugh- whore, in the rural schools Mrs. R. and very pleasing to those who parthe, time they derson, will return tomorrow from ticipated. Tho music rendered by Mr. Boone Coy is very 111 at this ters and only children of Mr. and get about accompanied by Mrs. should have, or would get In the Con- Owensboro and Henderson, where Parr Bros.' Novelty Orchestra, of writing, with a nervous troublo, and Mrs. Stewart, gives us bet- thoy have been spending the week Louisville, was an attractive feature. Mrs. A. J. Hlncs was taken 111 tho Russell Collins, of Carrollton, a guest solidated School. This erent ter teachors, more time to the pupils, j with Mr. and Mrs. James Nance and same day with a similar diseaso. of Mrs. Duke, celebrated tho better equipment, better heating, air. ana airs. Annur reuy. by their presence. ADJUDGED INSANE. There is a good meeting In progress betIn fact Mr. Stewart is remarkably well lighting, playground and at the Hail, at this place, conducted The children are Mr. Ed Hoover, of near town, left preserved for one of his advanced tor in everything. Susie Goodman, an unmarried lady by Rev. Burdette, Pastor in charge year having carried to and from school by means Monday for Evansvllle, Ind., where 33 years of age, ef Cromwoll, was of this Circuit, assisted by Rev. Banago, up to tho present saving them he goes to enter the U. S. Government brought to followed farming, this being bis first of wagons and trucks, Hartford Wednesday dy, of Fordsvllle. Mr. Hoover was seriously morning and an Inquest held as to hor dob- the long and muddy walks thru snow, Hospital. season to fall in following "old We are having plenty of rain and to wounded and gassed whilo in serbin" ncross tho corn fields. Tho ain and cold, oltlmes causing them mental condition. She was declar- crops are making a fine growth. Pasvice in France and has not regained ed to be a person of unsound mind tures are good, the ground Is in good passage of the four score and four be sick. The expenses of this system of his former robust condition. years for Mr. Stewart, finds him and committed to tho Western Ken- shape for plowing and there is a. prospect of more breaking being dona tucky Asylum for tho Insane. lithe in all his members and hero's schools aro no greater than the old way. Knowing as I ao, oy experience Mrs. R. B. Culley, of Stanley, acthis year, for wheat and grass. hoping that many more years of as a teacher In tho public schools oC companied by hor son, Robert, arrivlife may be his portion. The Stork, in company with Dr. PICNIC AND BALL GAMES your county many years, the lack of ed In Hartford last Friday to visit Stewart, of Dundee, visited the homo- adequate buildings, equipment and Mrs. Culley's daughter, Mrs. L. G. 3IRS. GEORGIA WARD. The colored people of Hartford and of Frank Farmer, of near Jingo, on. lack of other advantages, to give tho Barrett and Mr. Barrett. Mrs. Culley the vicinity will havo an y pic- the 22nd. , and left a baby girl, and. returned to her home Monday, whilo nic, Saturday, at the Hartford Ball as this is their first, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Georgia Ward, widow of E children the proper attention they and by all means should have, Robert will spend some time hero. W. (Doc) Ward, died at the homo of Park. They will terminate the day Farmer naturally think it is the only her son, Alvln Ward, of Nocreek, ear- I am appealing to you to use with a ball game between the color- baby in tho country. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Lloyd, of Nar- ed teams of Drakesboro and Hardins-burly Wednosday morning after an ill- ever honorable means to carry this James Chappel will sell his farm, ness of short duration, of dropsical out. I havo two children in the Con rows, will accompany Mr. and Mrs. stock and crops Saturday and will , solidated school and I often visit E. P. Moore to Akron, Ohio, leaving go to Owensboro, to hunt a Job. affection. The local ball team will play producer becomes a consumer. Burial of the remains took plane them, seeing the advantage they havo today. Mrs. Lloyd Is a slstor of Mrs. at 2 o'clock. Arrangements yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, at over tho way I used to have while a Moore and the Lloyds also have a son have Ueen made whereby the If this don't stop soon some one, you residing In the vicinity of Akron. Mt. Hermon, after brief services con- pupil and even a teacher. Tom it stand will be turned 6ver to the fear, will get hungry some day, wltlv could realize what this would mean Their stay in Ohio will be an extend- white folks, so that ample seating no f opd on tho market. ducted by Ror. R. D. Bennett. to your children as well as others' ed one. m space will be allowed. FORDSVILLE. children, you would put on your war ICE CREAM SUPPKR. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Logan returnMrs. J. L. Smith and little son, clothes and not stop till you have CARD OF THANKS. Barnard Mason, and her sister The Ladies of Goshen will give an won the battle which in years to come ed Wednesday from Rochester, Minn., opMason, of Louisville, aro We wish to express our apprecia):o Cream supper at the Church, Wed will prove tho greatest victory over where Mr. Logan underwent an eration In the Mayo Bros. Hospital. tion to our friends and neighbors spending a few weeks with their parwon by tho citizens of Cromwell. nesday evening, Sept. 1st., opening Mason. ' Trusting CromweH will havo a Mr. Logan is much improved and it who wero so kind and helpful during ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. at 6 o'clock. Proceeds to be applied is expected that he will regain his the illness and burial of our husband Community High School, I am, Mr. E. S. Howard has been vlsltinc Into benefit of the Church. All are former vigorous condition at an early and father. Your friend, schools In this division .this week. vited to help In making It a success date. Rev. R. E. Fuqua filled Rev. R. L. T. WADE STRATTON. mm MRS. PRUDIE MOORE and DAUGHBrandonburg's pulpit Sunday and TERS. nEAVKU DAM. HUGHES BACKS HARDING Miss Leila Glenn has accepted a Sunday evening. Both sermons wero position In the Central City High WASHINGTON. enjoyed by all present. Squlro Sam L. Stevens is reported New York, Aug. 23. Charles E. School for the coming year. Miss Miss Era Gaines was in Owensboro to bo no better. Republican Presidential j Glenn is a teacher of considerable ex Miss' Vlrgllene Newcomb is visit- last week, visiting her brother. and family dined Hughes, John II. Barcos nominee In 1916, today assured Will perience and high attainments and ing relatives and friends in Hartford Mesdames Nancy Miles and Holcn with Mr. T. Miller, Sunday. Republi tho Central City Board Is to be con- this week. Walker took dinner with their nephfind llttlo daugh- H. Hays, chairman of the Mrs. Laura Ilerry can Committee that he was heartily gratulated on securing the services Mrs. Estes Hudson and children, ew, Mr. J,. P. Cheek and Mrs. Cheek. ter,, are on the sick list. of this estimable lady. in sympathy with the Hardlng-Cool- weo Mary Lowe and Master Hoyte Sunday. Mrs. N. C. Her is spending this Idgo tickot and would actively further Randall, of Mt. Hermon, spent Sunday Mrs. Nancy Miles returned to her week in Louisville, on business. Do you have trouble with the wicks with Mrs. Hudson's parents, Mr. Wal- home In Owensboro this wok after a. the Republican campaign. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Cox have returnIn a telephone conversation with of your oil stove sticking and hang- ter Allen and Mrs. Allen. visit of several weeks with her sised to their homo after an extended Mr. Hays earlier In tho day Mr. ing? Yes, we all do, but the Boss Little Mr. Harold Bennett Is spend- ter, Mrs. Helen Walker, and other visit with his parents, of Sunnydale Twin-Liwon't, for it is so arranged ing the. week with his grand parents, relatives in and near town. Miss Grace Ronfrow spent from Hughes announced his intention of i . going soon to Marlon, Ohio, for a j that it can't Btlck. It pushes the Mr. and Mrs. Ward, of Miss Elizabeth Daniel, of OwensSaturday until Sunday with her fathwick up from tho bottom on two sides conference with Senator Harding. Mr. and Mrs. Rondy Lake and lit- boro, is visiting her parents, Mr. and er, Mr. Dock Renfrow. tle daughter, Ernestyne, wero the Irs. James Daniel, ot'near town. Tho Boaver Dam Planing Mill Co., of guests of O. R. Tlnsloy and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Jackson, progressing nicely with Its now la Loulsvlllo, are visiting Mrs. Jackson'a Sunday. warehouse. School closed here Tuesday dn ac- parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Westerfieldj Tho City Authorities aro caring count of smallpox. Several cases Dr. and Mrs. Maban McKennoy, of nicely for tho comotory.' Everything Is Loulsburg, Ky., spout tho week-en- d aro reported In the neighborhood. beautify tho placo. boing .done to every reporter and writer en the Marlen, I (In.truetlqtu given year, ago toOhio, Star.) Mrs. Jack Funk, of Taffy, spent with Mrs. McKonnoy's parents, Mr. Tho people vory much regret to several days last week, the guest of and Mrs. R. O. Neel. Chapman, both. hoar of the death of Mr. Remember there are two sides to every question. Get them her sister, Mrs. Win. Lake. tho famous base ball player, of Ohio, Be truthful. Get the facts. DRAINAGE HOARD MEETS Miss Clarissa Shown is spending accuracy. I would rather which was known of that placo and Mistakes are Inevitable, but strive for Drainage Board, Ro-sln- school at your place, I bolus an old Mr. and Mrs. Jim Farrls have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Bratch-c- r, ofiMorgantown, for the past three Mr. Otis Riddle, former general o, $87,500 Entertainment Fund In The Democratic Coffers st ' well-spen- t. - , First-Clas- -- eighty-fourt- I one-tent- h I all-da- de-ser- vo g. Cen-terto- Oao-mo- re t Mrs-Glad- yB L-- . ' ft HARDING'S NEWSPAPER CREED J many more. Miss Luunte Taylor has returned home, after spending tho summer with her slstors, Mrs. Harry Baldwin, and Mrs. Willis Burgress, of Illinois, Thoy accompanied Mlsa Taylor homo and will bo tho guests of their parents and other relatives here for somo time. FOR BALK. One grist mill' and outfit, Burr's All in good cruahor and shelter. shape, good as new. Call on E. D. BURDEN, Cromwoll, Ky. wrong. have ono story exactly right thun' a hundred bull Be decent, be fulr, be generous. Boost don't knock. ana There's good In everybody. Bring out the good In everybody never needlessly hurt the feelings of anybody. story as In reporting n political gathering give the facts, tell the you would like to have It. Treat all parties alike. It hvnot as If there's any politics to ba played we will play It in our editorial columns. Ignominy to on Innocent man or child in telling of the misdeeds or misfortunes of a relative. Don't wait to bo asked, but do It without asking, and, above all, be clean and never let a dirty word or suggestive story get Into type. I want this puper so conducted that It can go luto uuy home without destroying the lunocence of any child. , . WARREN O. HARDING. I;- - Treat all religious matter reverently. If It can possibly be avoided never bring s The Ohio County composed of S. T. Uarnett, chairman; J. A. Bellamy, of Deanfleld, V. C. Hocker, Beaver Dam; and McDowell A. Fogle, secretary, convened hero Tuesday, at which meeting considwas transacted, business erable among other things the Board elected John B. Wilson as engineer to NOTICE There will bo a vote taken In Crom- havo charge of the reconstruction of well on Septombor 4, 1920, for the the B. W. Rial ditch or drain, as orconsolidation of tho schools In Crom- - dered by the Court on motion of Frod 'well, Oak Grove and Graham school I. Burns, et al. The Board also inspected the dykes 'districts. All voters aro urgod to use their voting power. Como out or a portion of them within tho M. B. Barnard district, ordering and pro- and oxpress yourself. 1 vldlng that repairs bo made. E. S. HOWARD, 8. O. C, S. tho week with Mrs. Oodfrey Bennett. Mrs. T. W. Ketherford, of Louis- Mile, was tho guest of hor sister, Mrs. Ell uennett, last weeK. Miss Edith Hicks has accepted a 'position with tho Farmers Mutual Telephone Co.,. at Hartford. 8EGEIVERS HANDLE PONZI'S si serious state of cnso nnd HARDING LAUDS thoughtful people nro coming to tho ACTS OF SENATE conclusion that drastic measures must BUSINESS In soino way, bo taken to losson tho dangers of travel byautoupon our Amctlrnn Nationality Saved Ily I, Ho Snjs, Flaying WINon's highways. This Js Commerce Commissioners was "voryl satisfactory," Chalrmnn Denson said, "tho commissioners promising care- Tragedies of tho highways most n a occur, it seoins, In the lute evening or at night, duo probably to tho restricted rango of vision of nutomo- bllo tlrlvors nnd pedestrians of tho roads, accidents most frequently hap Iponlng In meotlng nnd passing car3. Boston. Aug. 20 Tho broken for-- 'l Nino of every ton accidents occurtunes of Chnrlcs Ponzl and tho Inter- ring nro to motorists themselves, nnd ests of thousands of Investors in his a few common sense precautions scheme wcro placed in should bo takon by motbrlsts, drivers ft XVusjgW 4SWs)(tfy receivership by Judge Morton of tho of horse-draw- n vehicles and other Deafness -' "Tim s.mto s.ivp.1 Amnricin nn- - Catarrhalnntlrtif Inn amCannot Be Cured 'Federal District Court today. pedestrians while on the road, for Ihsv rnnnl morh hv lnral tht ear. Thers It Tho court appointed three receiv- - .thore is no denying that there is great tionallty ln 1919 nnd 1920," Bald tho tho diseased portioncurof catarrhal deafness, fc inly n way to that Is, by a constitutions! remedy. Tho motor-Joh- n Kopublican nominee, "When tho Ex-'acrs William It. Soars of Cohasset, . room for improvement. ...Catarrhal Ulafnets Is earned by an In mucous flamed condition of Forbes Perkins of Milton nnd j himself should refrain from all centive proposed to surrender It. If 'the Eustachian Tube.the When thlilining of tube li chos-- ) you have a or im. 13d ward A. Thurston of Fall River. reckloss driving, and obey strictly tlu a Republican administration is ,nnied hearing, andrumbime Itsound witlrely perfect when li ,. ., rafn T n en nexi Nnvnmlipr vim can ho vprv rwAnrml ihnt lllfV nilflllfV Itl !l...R n.1 nlna nf Via rnirl .na ll'lmn l the result. uni th. . signal from the rear is given indlca- - certain that the Senato will have bonds of $50,000 each. Many ckMi Tho amount of assets to bo handled jng tltnt someono wishes topass, the Something to say about tho foreign, will bo destroyed forever. catarrh, which of Is deafnois are caused by nn ..,. suruncertain, Ponzl's statement that p0rgon signaled should move prompt-the- y rotations as the Constitution content-- 1 !....innamedII.condition ot the mucous tti...is nr.ti.-t.IT. r....k y would aggregato $4,000,000 t0 make it possible and convenient, platCS. I had rather haVO tllO COUn- the blood on the mucous surfaces of the system j We only estimate available. speed is Ills own af-- sel of tho Senate than all the politi- any will rive One Hundred Dollars for ing tho Ohio county is falling far short of her his own rate of case ot Catarrhal Deatnos that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine The receivers will bo called uponnir, but he should not willfully pre-t- o cal bosses in any party. Clr 7Bc. culari free. All Drucclsts. duty in raising wheat. We should at Autocracy Is Charged. ndjust claims which alrea'dy ag- - vont others having tho same privilege, F. J. CHENEY A CO., ToUdo, O. grcgato more than that sum on tho jt might be well to have an agreed "I want to have done with personal least raise enough wheat to bread our I want basis of records of noteholders tab- - signal among motorists, for Instance, government in this country. THE I.ON13SOME MOT11I3II, ulated by tho Stato Attorney Gen- -j four honks of the horn, meaning to put an end to autocracy, which has inhabitants. It is true that occasionally .) oral, and the total Is likely to run ,ion't try to pass, tho road is ob-t- o been reared in tho namo of Democ(Masonic 7,000,000, according to the esti- - (structed on tho right, this would be racy. we have a bad season, and a big fall off There's a mother bent and wrinkled, "There isn't very much choice bemato of Edwin L. Prico, tho account- - j a warning to tho autoist in tho rear In a homo bnck "among tho hills", in acreage and yield is inevitable, but ant who has been making an audit jand a signal to slow down, and pre-o- f tween venomous nssault on tho in- And a longing for a letter Ponzl's liabilities for tho Federal Vent crowding which results in so tegrity of the courts and tho momenOno that mother's lone heart fills. we must not get discouraged. We must authorities. These figures include tho. many accidents, this is particularly tary clamor about eliminating the Just a lino from son or daughter, - appHcablo at night, especially when Senate from responsibility in Federal CO per cent profits promised by PonWho for years has been away; double our energies, strengthen our sail I do not know whether Dut tho letter's long in coming zl to his investors and Incorporated going over strange roads. Motorists Government. Nono she gets, day aftor day. in the notes which ho issued for pay. should be particularly cautious when the idqa Is ono imported from tho and the general average will be satisfacapproaching sharp curve?, or when Peaco Council at Paris, or whether ment In ninety days. tory. Some claim a shortage in labor. that settle- driving upon roads where their vi- It is a reflex of the mob mentality No ono knows how still and lonesome With the probability ment of claims will bo on the basis sion Is obstructed, and the car kept which has broken out ln revolution Is that .house, whero years ago That's true, but a FORDSON TRAC-- ., of actual Investments, the flguros will untier absolute control, so that it In various places in Europe." Mother rocked tho old red cradlo Explaining in detail his conception TOR will easily supply this deficiency Gently, gently to and fro. lip, pared down by approximately one- - may be brought to a standstill at tho third. The receivers also J11 be will 0f the operator. Drivers should of party sponsorship, Mr, Harding Soothed away child griefs with kisses, and make the growing of a good crop called upon to decide whether they I always attend strictly to the'r busi-wi- ll said it 13 a "government of laws Bound up cuts and flngors soro; proceed against those parsons to n0a?, never attempting to arrange rather than of. men" ln which tho 'Then, smiling, watched them playing of wheat more certain. 4 ti fi tlrrt nrid ltT"inithaa ..I On tho spotless kitchen floor. whom Ponzi paid, the CO per cent curtains, eat sandwiches, or engage profit before he stopped doing busi-j(0- o earnestly in conversuion with should each function within its own Morry children round tho tablo, constitutional limitations. npss. other occupants of tho car. Former T.esLsliitors Visitors. He asserted yesterday that he had Plenty of room should be given in Quaint old dishes white and blue; In this division of authority, he do- - Now none comes when dinner's ready raid out $7,500,000. Some of these passing vehicles. When the driver of payments were refunds of actual in- -' a car sees a pedestrian on tho right clared, tho SenatoVas "In reality the Table's only set for two! vestments only, hundreds of persons ' and a motor vehicle on the left he security of stable popular govern- - Often when tho light is waning, having hastened to abandon their should either slow down or stop, ment." The privilege of extonded de- From the little parlor stand, e promised profits ij tho run of with- - taking every precaution to prevent bate and tho rule that Mother takes an picture In her work-wor- n trembling hand; drawals which marked several of tho accident. A good signal among auto-lat- e are required to ratify a treaty were stages of tho operations of Pon- - ists would be, two sharp honks, mean, cited as Senate safeguards against on your own farm the superior advanaction. Gazes on tho face Intently; zl's Securities Exchange Company. ing danger, give more room. This Tho speech was delivered from the j Such love's 'mong earth's chlefest Accordingly thp amount of money would prevent the running down of tages of this famous farm horse. You charms, paid out by Ponzl in inteest and many individuals, as a large number front porch and was choered by a by the receivers ' of pedestrians keep to the shoulder delegation of members and former "I was nover half so happy subject to action can run your tractor all day and part As when you were In my arms. should it be held that undue prefer- - 0f tho road and do not give the auto members of the Ohio Legislature. It re- - next to him sufficient room to pas3 wa3 tho second tho Senator had de- - I was often tired and weary, ence was given the persons who of the night, or all night if you please. livered today, a group of Civil War colved it, would bo approximately jrhi nther Venice Filled with care, and oft perplexed; You have no idea what you can accom.$2,000,000. The driver of horses, on tho hlgh- - veterans from Kenton Ohio, having Had so much to do I wondered Of tho receivers named by Judge 'ways should be constantly on the induced him to make a brief talk What the task I should do next, plish with a FORDSON TRACTOR unMorton, Sears and Thurston are law- icmembering always how much when thoy paid him a noonday visit. ! In his speech to them ho reiterated But I'd bear tho burden gladly, yors and Perkins a business man. fa3tei ppwer driven vehicles travel til you try. We have the best tractor Suffer what I did and more Tho Old Colony Foreign Enchango than i!o horse-draw- n vehicles. When his belief that it was for American 'Company, a rival of Ponzl in offsr- - a motor vehicle approaches the driv- rights that tho nation entered tho If those days now jono forever, on the market. We are prepared to I could once again live o'er!" ing high rates of intorost for invest- - or of a horse, from either direction. World War, and added a promise that give you the service you need in keepmonts, also was placed In recelvor- - pains should bo taken by the driver if he wore elected there would be no Now her longings for a letter, As she does her household chores, ship by Judge Morton, John E. Han-- 1 of tho horse, to that half of the surrender of American nationality. ing your tractor going. We have exTho speech to tho legislators fol- - Write and toll her how you love her nlgan of this city, a lawyer, being road is allowed the other vehicle, lowed a reunion luncheon in a grove If that lonesome mother's yours. j Tn fact those driving horses namod as recelvor. should perienced mechanics and operators who GEORGE REDDING. A bollof that creditors of tho com- - be as particular to observe the road noar the Senator's house. ' Hlghwood, Mont. pany would receivo 90 per cent of laws and rules as they expect the ir know the game, and they are at your M A Travelln Man's Evpcrlcnce investments was esprossed to or follow to be. Hold out your hand You may learn something from the service at any time you need them. Murgeons agree that in casoa ot the court by Robert Gallagher, coun- - to signify your intention to stop, or sal for the company. This figure is to turn, and thereby prevent the auto following by W. II. Ireland, a travel- Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the Remember, the FORDSON is the best ing salesman of Louisville, Ky. "In First Treatment ls most important. considerably higher than tho esti-- 1 from crashing Into you, many of cldonts may bo thus prevented. Tho tho summor'of 1SSS I had a severo at-- j When an efficient antiseptic ls appli-tac- k of Attorney Gonoral Allon tractor, and remember we have the only of cholera morbus. I gavo tho ed promptly, thore is no danger of Massachusetts, who said yesterday man in your roar, driving the auto, real service department in the county that the visible assets amounted to has no other means of knowing what hotel porter fifty cents arid told him I infection nnd tho wuond begins to to buy mo a bottle of Chamberlain's heal at onco. For uso on man or H something like $150,000 and that the you wish to, or are going to do, on tractors. total of the company's business in as you may inform him by signal. Colic and Diarrhoea Rcmody and to boast, Borozono Is tho Ideal Antiscptic and" Healing Agont. Buy it now notes was probably $250,000. At night, horse drawn vehicles tako 110 substitute. I took a doublo H Gallagher told tho court that, should be equipped with a good light, dose of it according to tho directions and be ready for an emergency Prico Mr. and wont to sleep. At fivp o'clock 2Ec, 50c, $1.00 and ?1.5T). Sold by aside from the assots in the posbos- - tho law Ls based upon real needs and thro next morning I was called by my Ohio County Drug Co. in sion of Attorney Goneral Allen and safety - first demands that all vehicles order and took the police, thore was a deposit of carry good clear lights from a halt stopping place, a train for my next IIVMPEU CROPS IX KANSAS a well man. m $1,600 in a Boston bank in tho name j hour after sunset until a half hour Authorized Ford Selling Agents, -- & of the wife of the president of tho boforo sunrise, when travoling upon Top8ka, Kan., Aug. 20 Kansas company. T.arlos Drightwoll, a de- the highways. Children ought nover .SEEK All) OF INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION raised tho second largest wheat crop j posit in a New York bank of $15,000 to be permitted to drive cither horses tho corn j In its history this year and and tho office furniture. ' or automobiles upon the public roads, " IBI -- a Washington, Aug. 20 Aid of tho wop promises to bo tho larcest in Judge Morton said that the rc- - unless thoroughly competent, and year's, according to tho celvership would cover all tho three then, not alone, and specific instruc-petltlo- Interstato Commerce Commission to the last five obtain bunkor coal for Government j monthly roport announced today by yesterday morning when suddonly I months with' a ninth official record filed in tho case, including tions as to tho .road laws should bo merchant craft at reasonable prices Ul Kansas State Board of Agricul-wa- s ono of them picked up a pockctbook Mint tlinlma lin .1... ...uuo llut uiiumiuon uuuor cow ono against the company and ono each given then, tcachlng-the- m their sought today by Chairman Bon-- ! tur0 based on a canvass made August "We'ro all threo ln on this find, ho of tho world, tho Amorlcan Jorsoy President Brlghtwell and the j ties in passing others whether Cattle Club announced hero today. son of tho Shipping Board, who con- 14. A total wheat yield of 147,000,-00- 0 Ead. Raymond Meyers. taking or meeting vehicles. bushels and a production of Tho purso was found to contain In tho nine years, she is crcdltod ferred with Chairman Clark and . Every person using the highways bushels of corn was ostlmnt-e- moro than $100. Dexter was asked with having giving 110,918 pounds ot When the baby Is suffering tho should bo cautious at all times, ever Commissioners Atchison and Potter. to help mako chango and hnnded ovor milk nnd G1.3C3 pounds of butter is now paying The Government doublo affliction of hot weather and (having it in mind that not only their $24. Ho and his wifo waited for tho fat, an averago of 12,324 pounds of bowel disorders, tho remedy needed safety but the safety of others de from $18 to $20 a ton at Atlantic and mon to return, then reported to tho milk and 700 pounds of butter fat por Gulf ports, which Admiral Benson ls McGeos liaby Elixir. It reduces ponds upon their own watchfulness police. year. tho feverish condition, corrects the land good judgment. By being careful said was "outrageous." Assignments Wood Davis, Horso Cavo, was Sophie 19th now has a clear lead cars to carry coal for tho ship3 stomach and checks looseness ot tho attending to tho business of proper of For Infants and Children swindled of $67 by a similar ruse. of C93 pounds of butter fat ovor her bowels. Price 25c, and GOc per bot ly handling your vohlclo, whether would enable tho board to cut its it In Use For Over noarost competitor, Tilly Alcartra, a Years tie. Sold by Ohio County Drug bo horso-draw- n or motor driven, can coal bill at least 50 per cent, ho Holstoln cow, owned on a Southorn Always bears Co. nddod. in frightful accidents bo avoided. ForTho 15eht Physic. the California farm, it was stnted. Figuring coal at the mines at $4 a get precaution, drive carolessly and Signature of SAFJSTV-TKAVK- Ij loso your own life, or worse, take that ton and adding $2.20 a ton for trans.! you wanta pleasant physic When -charges, of tho other person, Is a certain result portation and dumping try Chamberlain's Tablets. Thoy are One can hardly glance through a It follBwod a Chairman Benson said, "somebody CLEVER ENOUGH RUT consldorablo length ot easy to tako and mild and gentlo in dally paper without noticing one, or time. THE COPS GOT HIM muat bo gottlng tho difference.' Tho effect. Thoy aro highly prizod by often follows a more than ono sorlous automobilo problom is serious, he declared, and Respectfully, pooplo who hav.o becomo acquainted accident within tho radius ot its clr-- J Louisville, Aug. 21 William Jack-so- with not ono of supply but of price, which Cold ALFRED STEWART, their good qualities. They only negro, 20 years old, was arrested dilation. This H most unfortunate, j should bo lowered for both GovernKILL THE COLD! Ky. cost a quarter. m Hartford, yesterday on a charge of grand larco-n- y. ment nnd private vessels. iiucatiao mo nuiomoimo .lias becomo l n necessity and ls bound to becomo Captain Curran and PaPolice Government merchant ships along VI ILLS Tho prico pf an Egyption war A Great Remedy. more so, in our industrial llfo. Poo-pl- o Tho morlts of Chamberlain's Colic tho Eastern seaboard rcqulro about trolman William. M. Ashby, who mado chariot at tho timo ot Soloman va3 leavo homo elthor on business or and Dlarrhooa Remedy nro well 200,000 tons ot bunker coal a month, tho arrest, allege Jackson is a mom-h- about $300. gang" of tho "plgoon-droppln- g pleaiuro and oxpoct to go to and fro known and appreciated, hut thoro is board officials said. Supplies for the ln safety, but there is no asuranco occasionally a man who had no ac- current year havo been contracted which has been- - operating at Tenth fxum JERSEY' fiflOMtDB that thoy will do so, for before thoy quaintance with them and should for, but because of rail congestion Street and Broadway. Tho "ganjj." AGAIN IS A CHAMPION' Standird cold remedy for 29 years havo been on the road an hour thoy read tho following by F. II. Dear, a and other causos deliveries havo not found two victims ycatorday, accord-boe- n u,ur aic, sure, no Ing to police reports. liinybopIlQdupln a fenco comor or hotel man at Dupuyer, Mont. "Four made in sufficient quantities. vi'kicb uicuk up a cold In z Now York, Aug. 19. Sophia.lOth. Harry Dexter, negro, 58 years old, uwui relieves grip tn S dirt. under a broken car and an soon as yoara ago I used Chamberlain's Colic The board has boon compelled to en- Honey bsck If it fails. Tho thoy nan ho extricated, rushed to tho and Diarrhoea Remedy with such tor tho competitive- markot for Its whom Jackson and another negro nro . of Hood Farm. Lowell, Mass., a for genuine box hat a Red Liop. with Mr. Hal's li oar oat hospital to save their lives or wonderful results that I havo since coal and pay top pricos, It was said, allegod to havo swindleded, was nc-- 1 mor champion Jersey cow, has come IVt n n picture. The conference with Iutsrstate costcd by two nogroes at tho station back at tho ago of 15 years and C ia lie relieved from painful lujuiics. rQcommcndod it to my friends." m At All Drag Sjrs Settlement Of Claims To Be Made On Actual Investment. of-te- ck ful consideration and expressing a . doMro to help tho hoard In every way." Policies. Gonornl questions of rail and water transportation policies woro also Marlon, O., Aug. 13.-- Reaffirming taken up at tho conference. Ways of his faith In "party sponsorship" in corporation woro dlscussod, said Adgovernment," Senator Warron O, miral Ilcnson, nnd tho suggestion was ' Harding said in a spcooh here today made that tho two governmental that his Democratic critics were en ngencles dealing with tho Country's tirely correct in supposing that it transportation system mlghu elected President ho would "permit ilinnto more easily it tho offices of tho Senate to have sonjo say in do - ji)0th wcro ln ono tiullillns- termining tho policy or ,tho govern- 0 0, 1 co-o- r- f" ''li 'r-TT- T1 - ft V i nd i lSti&&i' Fordson Tractors be-n- j Home-Journal- , ! . 1 1 ' ' j ' two-thir- old-tim- We Are Ready To Demonstrate ' I y j j j c I oth-tho- to j ! ox-ce- pt BEAVER DAM AUTOMOBILFCO. Beaver Dam, Ky. .... , 'taw ns j over-eeorota- 127,-000,0- 00 d. J CASTORjA 30 C&a&ffi&t&U I talk Pneumonia u, Neglected mMlffl -- s H-- asasa er CASCARAeQUININ .- j j , - 'i JAPANESE SAYS WE CAN'T DISAGREE Good Fellowship Prevails Between The Two Countries Washington, Auk. 20. An ImporJap-'nncso tant statement fairs by M. Hanlhara, Vlco Mlnlstor of Foreign AfIn which ho discusses tho prob- DUKEIIUKST. Mrs. Anderson Meadows, of Owens-bor- o is visiting her parents, at Clear cultivate. Bun. "Not that I see any possiblo causo Mr. J. E. Park was in Llvermore, for clash between this country and Saturday. tho United States, but tho sort of Mrs. James Smith Jr., is visiting that has irritation and her parents, near Hartford. been indulged in on both sides, If Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mitchell, of Bolls permitted to go on indefinitely will, Run, spont Saturdny and Sunday with I fear, croate an atmosphere which their sister, Mrs. B. M. Combs. may lead to almost anything. Mr. and Mrs. C M. Whobrey, of "Tho "Japanese question in Cali- Hockport, visited rolatlvos hero last fornia, for instance, has dono moro woek. than anything elso to rlpplo the othMr. L. L. Nowcomb, of the Washerwise smooth surface of our Inter- ington vicinity, was hero Friday, on relationship. But no vital Interest of his way to Fordsvllle, on business. cither country Is necessarily InvolvMrs. Olovla Mudd, of Louisville, ar It Is only a lo- rived In ed In this question. this vicinity Tuesday, for a cal affair, as so many of tho American visit to her father, Mr. Chas. Wimsatt. friends of Japan aro accustomed to Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas spent call it by way of dismissing It. Why Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Bhould it, then, bo suffered to Baughn. a standing sourco of mischief. Bro. Snoll delivered a fine sermon Must diet llld of Friction. here Sunday. "If right feeling and proper underSudyo Allen was tho guest of Alma standing prevailed on ench side and Baughn Sunday night. opinion wcro brought to bear on It, Mrs. Carl Brown, of Sunnydalo, tho entire question would be solved was tho guest of her brother, Mr. without more ado. Tho lack of knowl-odg- o Forest Bonnott, and Mrs. Bennett, of appreciation of each othor Tuesday. and an Inability to think the othor os fellow's mind are what Ho at tho goes to disturb our root of all that FOR FLETCHER'S peaceful Intercourse. rela"Tho possibilities of a cordial . aa tionship and harmonious OIL $.18,100 A llARRUh, between those two nations of tho Tranklin, Pa., Aug. 14. A FrankPacific aro so tremendously great and lin firm makes what Is thought to bo tho lntorosts at stake so vast and oil In tho world, that we cannot nfford to tho most oxponsive Totalling at $38,100 a narroh It Is trifle or moddlo with any question, a wrist watch oil that sells at 75 cents however trivial In itself, that Is of for a bottlo containing an eighth of ' no common concern to us. musjt go straightway to tho an ounco. "Wo and root of every agitation or movement with WILL GIVEBETTER. TRANSFER SERVICE the ax of ruthless publicity aud education Light must bo thrown on On and nftor July 1, I will bo able dark placos, no eoro nnwt bo allowed to foster unknown. to glvo ou 100 p"cr cent better trans"If both parties aro determined on fer service between Haitford and a square deal, wo may look forward Beavor Dam, for tho following reawith absolute confidence to lasting sons: peaco and friendship on the Pacific." I will operate nothing but clean, on By riding cars. You will not bo compelled to wait is the starting point diseases. To bo while tho mall la being loaded. for many aerie-it-i You win not bo caroptll id to ride healthy, keep tin bowels notivo and regular, Herblne will reaibve all ac- wjn mall truck with tho dirty mall , cumulations in the bowels aud put the bags. 1 will be able to start promptly on system in prime condition. Prioe COc ' m time, as I will Jjavo no mall for Sold by Ohio County Prug Co. which to wait. I appreciate your patriiiagQ while LINCOLN', STATUE UNVHILWD I was handicapped by the mail c and assure vou that It 1h with A statue of Abraham Lincoln by ve unvelKrt pleasure thjt I announce a better Augustus Saint Gamleua square uer.ica for you n few days ago in PrUm Respectfully, London. The pieoo was. a gift from , J. E. CURTIS. American peoplo to Great Bri tho ro-m- lems of tho Pacific, was published In Tok'io today, according to advices received In Washington. . Tho Vlco Mlnlstor asserted that ho could not sco any posslblo causo for n clash between the United States and Japan, and that tho questions in Issue between tho two countries should bo approached in a spirit of right feeling and sympathetic understanding. men," the Vlco "Many Minister Is reported to havo said, "predict that tho Pacific Ocean would become tho chief theater of world events, and this prophecy now seems In a fair way to bo realized. High TJmo To Awaken. "Nover beforo have tho relations between tho United Stntos and Japan, two of tho principal countries bordering on that ocean, attained their presont degreo of Importance. "It is high tlmo to my mind, for people on both sides of the Pacific to awaken to the significance of tho now era that has dawned and ponder with earnestness things that concern them jointly. "Doth hero and In America there certainly havo been men, broad-mindmen, and forward-lpokin- g ardor, who, with almost religious havo adocated tho good relationship ot tho two nations. I am second to nono In doing homage to theso zealous workers for tho noble cau3C they havo espoused. "It appears to me, however, that It is not enough for a handful1 of representative Japanese and Americans to talk of good will and mutual friendship around dinner tables and In formal messages. Itlght reeling Is Xccilcd. "What is above all needed right now is right feeling, sympathetic understanding and genorous treatment of ono another on tho part of tho two peoples as a whole. It Is this charitable attitude of the popular mind that every true friend of Japanese-America- n amity should endeavor to far-sighted presented by Ellhti received it In behalf of his country. Elaborate ceremonies mnrked tho event and a big crowd attended In a pouring rain Wreaths woro plnccd at tho base of n tho Htatuo In bohalf of tho Society, tho veterans of the Civil war, tho Lancaster cotton trader supported whoso operatives tho great emancipator during his fight ngalnst slavory and ono In behalf of tho native races of Africa. British and American flags covered tho figure and an American Doy Scouts' bnnd played both tho British and American anthems. After the singing Mr. Root, who stood undor tho same umbrella with Mr, congratulated tho latter on his volco. "No congratulations are necessary, my dear senator," tho premier roplied. "I om Welsh and tho Welsh can Blng anything oven the Star Sprnngled Banner." tain and was Hoot. Lloyd-Georg- e r Anglo-America- Goodyear Mileage-an- d Tires for Small Cars VI Lloyd-Gcorg- o, m Ait Old Kmilt Kinder An irrltablo and fault finding disposition Is often caused by Indigestion, A man with good digestion and bowols thnt act regularly is usually good natured. When troubled with Indigestion or constitpatlon take Jhamborlaln's Tablets. They strengthen the stomach and enablo it to perform its functions naturally. They also causa a gentlo movement of the bowels. m m ' ANOTHER STRUCK CURTAILING OUTPUT Henderson, Ky., Aug. 20. Three A well built tire yields much more mileage for each dollar of cost, than a tire purposely made to be offered at a sensationally low price; buy the tire, not the price". Built to deliver exceptional mileage at exceedingly low cost, Goodyear Tires, of the 30x3-- , 30x3- - and 31x4 inch sizes, save inconvenience,' disappointment and money Their value results from the application of Goodyear experience, expert-nesand care to their manufacture in the world's largest tire factory de-Voted - s hundred miners employed at tho two plants of tho Southern Coal Company, this city, walked out today when their demands for wages equal to Illinois and Indiana scales wcro refused. Tho scalo demanded Is 80. 0C cents a ton and SC for day work. Tho scale In this field ns awarded by the Federal Coal, Commission is C5.01 cents a ton and $5.09 for day work. Tho men dcclaro they will never go back until tliti Increase is awarded. Lonnlo Jackson, president of Dis trict No. 23, United Mine Workers, will send two officials hero Saturday Mr. Jnckson, by telephone, told the Mine Committco tha( the striko was unauthorized and ordered the men to to these sizes. If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell or other car taking these sizes, go to your nearest Service Station for Goodyear Tires for the real worth and endurance that Goodyear builds into them. i boolPVXAK Goodyear Double-Cur- e Fabric, AllAVeather Tread 30x3 n f 3 50 LiX. return. Tho minors iavo been ordered to moct officials' at 10 o'clock Saturday morning. Tho ticup today cuts production 1,000 tons. 30x3 Fabric, Anti-Ski- Goodyear Singlc-CurTread d c 5Q Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no more than the price you arc asked to pay for tubes of less merit why risk costly casings when such sure protection is available? 30x3 sire in waterproof bag-- $i50 o that tho strikes of day men, which began yesterday following wordof the falluro to reach an agreement on a new scalo at tho Cleveland conference of the miners' and operators' Joint Indianapolis, Aug. 20 Tho fuel Scalo Committee, had closed practisupply situation in Indiana is critical, cally all the mines In tho Terre Haute John W. McCardlo, vlco chairman of and Brazil fields. 'Thirteen of the fourteen mines at tho Indiana Public Service Commission, declared today in a telegram Bicknell, Ind., wero closed and 3,000 sent to all the Indiana members of miners wero Idle on account Congress urging them to take action day men's strike. m& to prevent a calamity now threatening l'ARM GIVEN TO LAW'S VICTIM the peoplo of this State." Mr. McCardlo's telegram to tho When the wife and child of E. WilCongressmen follows: son of Blount county, Ala., returned "The Public Service Commission from a visit to another state they being advised as to the need of coal" found him serving a life sentence for for the consuming public of the their supposed murder Tho victim State, appeals to you for such sorv-Ic- o of circumstantial evidence was releasas you can render to got the ed and was presented a nicely equipproper governmental agency to act ped farm by tho state. COALjSHORTAGEIN INDIANA IS ACUTE of-th- o facial operations by Dr. William T. Coughlin, of St. John's hospital in St. John's hospital in St. Louis, he will have a remade face. His lower Jaw and tonguo woro blown off whlla he was In service in Franco jind Dr. Coughlin has nearly completed the series of operations to repair the injury. Since he was wounded Sergeant Hankln has undergone twenty-tw- o operations and much dental work In hospitals In France, New York and St. Louis. In tho process of making tho new face, pieces of bono have been taken from his legs and transplanted to form a new jaw bone, over which has been grafted skin taken from his chest. Rankin is now in Cynthiana visiting his mother, but will return in a few weeks for a completion of tho operations. Dr. Coughlin says his facial resemblance will bo practically tho samo as before ho was Injured. Children Cry for Fletcher's at onco In tho production "Eighty-fiv- e and distriSITUATION' -- o Children Cry bution of coal. XOT HELPED CASTOPI ng per cent of tho public has no coal. Many utilities have only one day's supply. could not bo worse. Conditions Should fire originate In many ctiles total loss would obtain. "Decided action should not be delayed to prevent a calamity now threatening tho peoplo of this Stato "PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF INDIANA. "John W. McCardlo, Vlco Chair- anti-Japano- SHORTAGE OF CARS TROUBLE Greenville, Ky., Aug. 19 Calling off tho striko of the drivers in tho Icbal mines of this county today fall- Jed to rebult In improvement in tho output of coal. AlthouRh tho men reported for lo work In all shafts, tho mines wero to resume operations duo to tho lack of" .cars. The striko wa.i cnllpd off early today and the railroads announced that they had not hud titno man." to allot cars to tho mines. Mr. McCar,lAs telegram followed Empty gondollas In quantities to reports lecelved from a numbor of take caro of tho output aro expected utllltlos that' duo to tho recurronco to bo sent horo within several dnjs. of tho strlkos by day men In tho C" GUARD LLOYD GEORGE mines thruout tho Stato their supLuosrne, Switzerland, Aug 20 The plies of fuel wero almost exhausted and that thero seemod little prospect Swiss police have taken measures to of filling; the almost ouipty bins. protW tbo British Premier, David Crippling of Interurban service on a Lloyd George, declaring they have number of electric Unas Is Imminent, dlsoovorod a plot against his life. The police claim to hare the plotters unMr. McCardle says. Steps will be taken to negotiate der sujerrUion in Geneva. M.r, Lloyd George and ills party new wage scale with the Indiana eoal operators, independent of action In remained indoors thruout the day, other States of the Central Competi- but a member of the ttrty stated tive Field, Ed Stewart, president of ih.it this was in no wa duo to the alleged plot, bu', beoauM of the InDUtrict of th UnlK the Imli-n- a clement whether. Mine Workers, announced. . ,t Mr. Stewart was hopeful that a hi wage agreement could soon be reach WAR VETERAN'S FACE REMADE BY SURGKON ed with the Indiana operators In or der that the strikes of day men thru Fulton, Mo. Au? 15 When out the district might be ended ' jSoigt Russell S R nkli, of Cjnthla- IUporU to tiilner' oiUiil three more TCrro Ilnuto this morning indicate ua, Ky., undergoes un-ab-1 . . iWfvirSiSxSKJ Iho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which ha3 teen in use for over over 30 years, has boruo the signature of and nas been made under his per- -j-Q are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Justus-good- " Experiments that triHo with and endanger the health of Iufant3 and Children Experience against Experiment. Castoria is a harmless subs,ti:uto for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops end Soothing "Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic cubstance. Its ago is ita guarantee. For inoro toan thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishnees ariu.g: therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural She Children Panacea- - The Kother's Frfcad. fs jC&ffi'f'Aiuz&Z Z'&iCelCZt - eonal cupervision elnce its Infancy. y&iioiv no one to deceive you in this. What is CASTORS' ! Ay Bears the Signature of CASTORIA ALWAYS n Use. For Over 'SO Yeai TH QEHTAUH OOMtANV. NIWYtllK OITV. Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought IMI-I' SffiRWEWq squeezed, knows full woll that the conditions under which profiteering has becomo possible and ns common ns shacks, aroso within the past sov-c- n by Published "Weekly years, with Democrats controlling HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY every department of the Governnicn Incorporated i If Cox's charges ns to buying governmental underholds are not pure W. S. TINSLKV, Kdltor then It Is a political anathema and lliislness Musingcr. pronounced upon Woodrow Wilson Entered according to law nt the and his whole administration. Postofflco, Hartford, Ky., as uall matter of ttao second class. Wo are for a doctrine that starts first with the words "The best for to America" whatever Is to come afterAddress all communications JTho Hartford Republican. ward must bo secondnry. I have- no right to conduct myself, or to bind NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS my'neighbor to do things' that may. Subscribers desiring the paper sent bring material Injury to tho balance to a new nddress must glvo tho'old of, tho community. First of all give address In making the request. Duslness Locals and Notices 10c mo a mrin whoso first and best per line, and 8c por line for each ad- thought Is for America. Good Ameriditional Insortlon. cans may, and can be rolled upon, Obituaries, .Resolutions and Cards Thanks, lc por word, nnd 6c for always to do that which is right. But of each head lino and slgnautro, money don't transfer the rights of America In advance. and Americans to a High Commission Church Notices for services freo, gathered from foreign Lands, who get other advertisements, lc per but their Instructions from foreign Powill tentates. If two of my nelghobrs fall Anonymous communications receive no attention. into a dispute ns to their, division line, I am willing to lend my assistTELEPHONES ance in helping to sol7e their differ69 Farmers Mutual ences, but I don't propose to allow 123 Cumberland Tom Jones and Bill Smith and a few other fellows to say to me: "You AUGUST 27 and your boys get your shotguns out FRIDAY and go shoot the "filling" out of Jenkins who Is trying to steal some REPUBLICAN TJCKET, Of Thompson's land. I reserve the .al right, as a divine one, that of decid ing as to what I am to do In matters of that character. Harding says he is first for America, always for Am erica. Cox says his first thought Is of, and for the League, of Nations unreservedly. It will soon be up to Americans for decision. How will the home-lovin- g American answer the question? We believe that the larger portion of those who love America bettor than they do the Lodges, tho Wilsons, Harding and Cox will vote for the Principle, America first, and Harding is the chlcfest exponent of I For President that doctrine. He makes public con' WARREN G. HARDING. fession to that effect. Cox says. Kive For Vice President me tho League first and let America CALVIN COOLIDGE.' risk the Consequence. Decide, you ' For U. S. Senator Americans, which of these two you RICHARD P. ERNST. will take, not for your Dictator, but For Congress for the servant of all. JOHN P. HASWELL, JR. I FOR SALE. k 5 Durock sows with pigs. Russian "While the war between the one mule. Will Bolshevik! and Poles has been a sort Also 2 horses and ' sell stock cheap. of seesaw, the Russian Reds did not CLAUD KING, Hartford. see Warsaw, as they saw too much 4 war on the way. HARTFORD, DEFEATS SIMMONS ,The Hartford Republican ANOTHER NURSE PRAISES TANLAC tom-myr- ot, Sixteen Years of Stomach Trouble Overcome And She Gains 20 Pounds. Ford Automobiles It is certainly a pleasure for us to have the privilege to announce that the FORD MOTOR CO., has at last recognized the demands for Ford cars in this section and has doubled our estimate for the new year, commencing August 1st. 0 Master Franklin D., fifth cousin to "Teddy" Roosevelt, deceased, goes Mr. Jimmy Cox per cent better and charges that the Republicans are raising a campaign fund of $30,000,000. It loolcs like they were preparing a long n way In advance for the squeal, "They bought us out." after-electio- one-hundr- ed We wonder if Cox will charge tho Senate Oligarchy with the drop in the price 'of sugar? According to his Btatement of a few days ago, he, as tho Democratic Candidate for President, is licensed to charge and then produce his evidence in his own good time and manner. Immune and above question, so to speak My way is tho right way, Uko unto that of Wilson, thank you. Secretary Colby, some days ago, all but told a delegation of Polish Americans to vote tho democratic ticket If they wished to secure help for Polandvfrom tho United States The untorrified appear Government. for every 111. It to have a cure-a- ll was, you know, onco upon a time, HE kept us out of war Vote for Wilson nnd peace, Hughes and war. Now the cry is vote for Cox, tho League nnd eternal world peace. Secretary Colby adds tho special advice to tho Poles to vote, or wo.rds to that effect, tho democratic way and gain special help for Poland. Special help moans money, munitions and men to fight tho Russians. Ho is perhaps right, if you deslro to be mixing in things "over thoro" take Colby's advice, ote for Cox and put America Into ovory forolgn muddle. "Cox seos G. O. P. plot in tho laying off of laborers; Cox woe G. O. P. Plot to buy out tho ' electorate, the G. O. P. is rnlcitig a slush fuud of $15,000,000; Cox gees G. O. P. plot to put and kaap America In world wire by refuting to let the U. S. A., a party to Wilson's League of "perpetual peace." The truth is, the G. O. P., ie pue He big nightmare to brother Cox. koeitt charging that all nrafitMrlng imrt the right to wring the people dry by exorbitant prlee fixing ie due to big contribution to Republican campaign funds and the eonsequeut soQuriBg of Governmental underholds. One would tblnk that these funds lmv,heen used t bio out the Denio-orsil- e administration, lo li.Mock and hrrJ, because ever? mo. wom-4M nd ebllU In the Country with being enough to know when they are to-coi- na , Mrs. Alice MInnick, who has been a professional nuurse for thlrty-st- x years, nnd resides nt 1815 Twenty-thir- d Ave., Seattle, Wash., adds her voice to the hundreds of others in this profession who have already indorsed Tanlnc. "Since I begnn taking Tanlac I have not only gained twenty pounds in weight, but for the first tlmo in sixteen years I am free of pain and enjoying good health, stated Mrs. , MInnick. "I constantly had cramping, gnawing pains in my stomach all these years, my appetite was extremely poor and the little I did eat caused mo great distress. .After every meal my food began to ferment and sour almost at once. I would bloat up with gas, and thoso terrible pains would get so bad I could hardly stand them. I became badly run down, lost weight and strenthH and felt so tired and worn out all the time I could hardly get around. I had pains In every part of my body Just about all the time, but they were n"1-V especially bad in the small , of my1 back. I also suffered with severe headaches and dizzy spells, and my nerves were so badly upset I could get but little sleep, often lying awake all night long. "I had heard so much of the good Tanlac was doing others I decided to try It myself and 1 tproved to be the very thing I needed. I began to Improve right away, it was only a few days before my appetite returned and I can now eat anything I want without having a particle of trouble afterwards. Those terrible gnawing pains that had troubled me so many years I never have entirely disappeared. have a headache or become dizzy, and the pains that were throughout my body have all gone. In fact, my whole system has been built up by Tanlac. - I have regained my strength so I can do my work as a nurse, which keeps me on my feet for hours, day and night, without a particle of trou ble. Several of my patients have taken Tanlac, and it has proven bene ficial in every case. After what Tan- l;c has done for me I can never say enough for It." on Bratcher's face when we Tanlac is sold In Hartford by Dr. disgust was all due to Schlemmer Hartford defeated Simmons last found it T , w... .u. Sunday in one of the fastest ball ,.u. 15 uciui, In TJfteA Tl"f1 YT Alfl ' mu letting a batch of dough get a bit too games seen on the local diamond thh ton Drug Co., In Rockport by James sour before he put it to bake. Aus year. The Simmons team had a 'Browning, in Cromwell by Wallace was not wanting to serve any sort of I strong lire-u- p and p'.avel r.ir tight & Porter, In Beaver Dam by R. T. he warrant either, only ball throughout the game. The locals Taylor, Jr., and in McHenry, by S. was looking for. Advertisement, got to Parrot for two doubles and J. Tichenor. . . ' two singles in the third and a double i ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE and a sacrifice In the fourth which All persons having claims against STRAY STREAKS netted them four runs. the estate of John H. Miller, deceasSimmons boys hitHoover had the ed, will present same to me, properly ting weak pops and grounding out (By Fluke McFluke.) proven, on or before September 25, Only one ball was to tho 'nfield. 1920, or they will bd forever barred. hit to the outfield. He allowed three We notice where a receiver has This 12th day of Aug, 1920. coming in the been appointed for an Ice Plant in hits, two of them LEE P. MILLER, Admr. eighth. New Albany. We call that throwing John H. Miller, Dec'd 7t3 BOX SCORE a cold proposition on & man's bands. AB R H E Hartford A CORRECTION. 0 4 11 Crowe, rf Bat Nail gits as mad as Tucker may concern: 4 1 3 0 If we leave him outen this stuff, but To whom it ' Duke, 1st As a member of the Association . 4 0 1 1 we promise you here and now, that Williams, ss appear that Con4 0 0 0 his name won't be seen in this, column tried to make it Barnes, cf cord Baptist Church was not doing 4' 1 1 0 next week, that is, if we can find anyBaker, c any thing for missions under our 4 0 0 0 thing else at all to use. Taylor, 3rd present Pastor, below is a statement 1010 Tinsley, 2nd of our Church from 1912 up to 1920. 1100 King, If Rol Riley says that Bat Nail didn't Prom 1912 to 1916 R. E. Fuqua, B. 3 0 0 0 go to Beaver Dam Saturday night or Hoover, p A. Collard were tho 29 4 7 1 Sunday, or Tuesday or Thursday, due F. Jenkins, J. Total Pastors, missions paid for the 5 years AB R H E to the fact that the Beaver Dam City , Simmons Year'1917, no pastor 4 0 0 0 Council had enacted an ordinance were $42.15. Maddox, cf up to the month of October. Years .4 0 0 0 prohibiting immigration. Rogers, ss Chinese 1920, M. G. Snoll, pastor, 0 (This item is not intended to cast re- 191S to 0 1 4 Daugherty, If missions paid for 3 years $102.12, 6 0 0 flections on celestials of the Oriental 4 Crowe, rf and subscribed ?500.00 to tho 4 0 0 0 lands.) Phelps, c Campaign. If you so wish you 110 4 Watson, 2nd can refer to tho minutes' of tho Asso4 010 Mulhall, 1st J. D. Claire might Just as well bo ciation done by order of the Church. 0 kidnapped and in the middle of Mexi0 1 3 Pnrrott, p M. G. SNELL, Pastor, 0 0 3 1 co for all tho good ho is doing this Davis. 3rd A. A. CARTER, Clerk. 1 sheet .these days, when it comes to 3 34 2 Total R H K filling space, tho we must confess that Score by innings 3 1. our subscription list is Increasing Simmons 00000001 x 4 7 1 since ho buried his old quill or usod Hartford 00310000 up all his Ink, or whatover it was You aie Invited to call and seo my that knocked him out of new Dontal Office, Just opened over Deposit Bank. Besides the conveniences we now have, we aro Instating WANTED To buy one doaon carolectrlcnl equipment that will holp rier pigeons, must be trained to mnko make our services more proficient, hurried trips to tho Cumberland Lady attendant. Mountains, locate moonshine stills, One brick residence ; one Youra respectfully, be able to carry a considerable quan- livery stable, in rear of ComDR. CHARLES R. LAYTON. tity of liquor and make the roturn Bank Bldg., Rockport,, Ky. trip to the hasemont of the Hartford mercial Hotel ; one CommerOffice hours 8:30 A. M. to 1:00 P. M Horald office In half the time It took cial Building, next to E. J. o them to make the trip going. See J. HASICUALL SATURDAY. Tilford's Restaurant, Beaver I. GOODMAN, manager and sole ownHartford-Cumberlan- d Also one 25-ac- re Mts Dam, Ky. er of the Hartford will play Centartown at Pigeon LJno. farm on Hartford pike, IV2 Ilartfqrd Saturday. Tills is the rub- Carrier ber game between theae two teams. miles from Beaver Dam, lyMe Sheriff Bratcher thought dan't lulu It. The game will be we hadand located something 'tother ev- ing between Park and Miller played, rain or shine. ening as we were perambulating places. Foi sale until Sept. i srouqd Ohwrlle CardenV Mill.- - It TAXIBS ARK IUH1 TAXIOU 1st., 1920. See e, Your 1920 tax bill has been placed bore a aor.Uof Inviting, soft, moon-attiaORMOND TAYLOR, eonie and gW me odor, and wg u ;.a us tar collection. at Pleas sail nosed around until va located it In the office and get your's. Taylor's Drug Store, 'n ou T'lll Schlp iror's pl-s nRATOHlB, Beaver Dam, Ky. should liavo seou the look: of barf tod Sheriff Ohio County. 1full-stoc-i ' By Getting Your Order In At Once For a Ford Touring Car, Roadster, Coupe, Sedan or Truck you don't have to wait longer than 30 days at the outside. We feel sure deliveries now are going to be on short order, and this long waiting will soon be at an end. Be first to get your or- der in, and we will show you how quick we can make delivery. BEAVER DAM AUTO CO. BEAVER DAM, KY. .v 1 self-servi- ce CHIROPRACTIC No matter what your ailments be, don't become discouraged. If you will call at my office, I will cheerfully tell you if CHIROPRACTIC is applicable to your case. y , DR. J. S. BEAN CHIROPRACTOR At Will Acton's Residence, Hartford, Ky., Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday mornings. , ." $75,-000,0- 00 Butler County MGRGANT0WN, 12 J 12 bead-stringin- g. Real Estate For Sale ky. - leptemoer z.f 5. 4 Large stock display, fest racing program, trick aeroplane and 0ver land Gasoline Horse jumping a span of 18 feet. t ni a COME and ENJOY a REAL FAIR n 1 Mr. nnrt Mra In Owensboro, M. L. Hcavrin woro last week-en- d. FALL MILLINERY Our advance sajes in Fall Millinery are in, our house. We are prepared to give you an idea of the early fall styles. If you are not interested at this time come in anyway and see them. " Miss My?tIo Carter left Wednesday for Owensboro nnd Rockport, Ind., vmi SALE High grade piano, In whero she will spend several days good condition. Seo it at the storo visiting relatives. of W. E. ELLIS & DUO, Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Bell, Mr. and Low Clover Leaf Manure Spreader Mrs. Gilbert Boll and Mr. Charlie The price? You can't beat It. Bell, of Pleasant Ridge, wero guest 7t4 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lcsllo Hagorman and II. T. were In Owcnaboro Monday. Mrs Jeff Wattcrson, of Ashley, arrived horo yesterday to spend some tlmo with relatives and friends. 111., HM4H'MH4'-H'4-- : Hoi-broo- NEW SUITS t Are Ready For Your AttentionThe Season's Latest Styles and Fabrics are Always Found Here t t FALL COATS and COAT SUITS We are prepared to announce that we are ready to show you the snappiest, Coats and Coat Suits that we have shown for years. We invite you to see them. up-to-date T y SWEATERS They are here, and beauties, too. You will need one for these cool evenings. All the leading styles and fall shades. FALL SHOES Almost time to discard your Oxfords. These cool evenings reminds us that it is time to think about Shoes. Our stock is daily coming to us. Good in style; correct in price. Let us show you. Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Render and son Hamilton, of Beaver Dam, and Misses Sudlo and Mary Mnddox, of LexingSqulro B. F. Bice, Messrs. W. T. ton, woro guests Sunday of Mr. and LIndsey nnd R. B. Canary, of Fords-vlll- Mrs. Ellis Foster. were In town Tuesday. Mrs. Agnes Woodward nnd llttlo The Primrose Cream Separators daughter, from Baton Rouge, La., and got all the cream and the price Is Master Blllle Barnes, of Beaver Dam, right. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 7t4 are visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. R. D. Bennett for the week-enMessrs. James W. Clarenco and Abljah Arnold, of the Renfrow counNow Is tho time to buy that Samptry country, were In town Tuesday. son Tractor. Come in and look them over, let us demonstrate. You'll The .Washington school, being buy eventually, why not now? taught by Miss Bculah Moore, has ACTON BROS. been closed on account of small pox Mrs. Emma Austin and children, FOR- SALE Good span of work of Morgantown and Mrs. Nina True-lov-e, Mules. Seo ERNEST MQRRIS a't of Rochester, were tho weekTaylor & Morris Oarage, Hartford. end guests of Mrs. D. B. Rhoads, and Mr. Rhoads,- - of Beaver Dam. J. F. Gillespie was the guest of his sister, Mrs. D. B. Hancock, and Wo will have a carload of 1G per Mr. Hancock, at Leltchfleld Sunday. cent phosphate about Sept. 15. Place your order with us and get your fer Mr. George Bennott, of Island, tilizer at car. Price is right. spent the week-en- d hero with his par 9t3 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ents, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Bennett Mrs. Mena Layer and daughter, Miss Harriet Flener, of Cromwell, Mrs. Ed C. Kinker and the latter's lit- -, spent Tuesday and Wednesday hero, tie son, Morton, of Louisville, arrivthe guest of Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. ed here last week-en- d to make an extended visit with relatives. e, Miss Cnrrlo McKenncy, of Simmons, was the guest of Miss Martha I'ato Sunday and Monday. -- 1 gj9a Republican , The Hartford FRIDAY & Ued Wood ShnGies at w. E. ELLIS BROS. V4 AUGUST 27 Get your cultivator from ACTON BROS, Hartford, Ky. W'o can PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS ROOMS' for Rent, MRS. MINNIE W. LEE. ,9tf BICYCLES plenty of them. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Grapes for sale, 3 bluo prints ia bundles. furnish you with dark CARSON & CO. Mrs L. T Riley pnd Mrs. A. V. wont to O'vcnELoro Wednesday, shopping MeFeo Get that Oliver or Vulcan Chilled cents per pound. Plow for fall Plowing from W. E. MRS. JOHN DUKE. ELLIS & BRO. 7t4 The Ohio County Fair, Sept. 16, 17, Born August 24, to Mr. and Mrs nnd 18th, James Daniel, of East Hartford, a son named James W. Mr. George Johnson went to OwMr. C. O. Hunter nnd W. S .Tlns-lo- y Prof, and Mrs. H. E. Brown, of onsboro Monday. Miss lone Hederick, of Owensboro. went to Elizabethtown yesterday, Harrlsburg, Ark., arrived here Tueswas the week-en- d guest of Miss Mary to attend a meeting of thcFourth Dis- day, to spend the remainder of Win Mr. L. L. Stewart, of McIIonry, was Laura Pendleton. week with friends. They stopped off trict Committee. In Hartford, Tuesday. r on their wny hqre, at Bevier, whero Mrs. J. T. Moor.o is spending tho they spent n few days with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fields, of . Wo pay cash every day Tor eggs and weok with friends and relatives at La., will return home tomorpoultry. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Narrows and Dundee. row, after spending a week here, with Mr. and Mrs. James Lyons and daughter, Miss Dorcas, of Atlantt, Miss Mary Rowo. Squlro W. S. Dean, of Dundee, was Miss Bosslo Morton is spending th Ga., arrived hero Wednesday, to vi3lt in Centertown Monday on business. weok in Louisville, tho guest of Rev Mr. E. W. Smith, of Equality. relatives and friends for several days. spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Tho Georgians wero to have landed Attorney Otto C. Martin went to nnd Mrs. C. D. Stevens. town, tho guest of his son, Mr. C. E.' here last week, but were unavoidably Sunday, returning Monday. Greenville Mr. Charlie Porter and Dr. Oscar Smith and Mm. Smith. detained. Lime and Cement. Call us ovor Allen, of Cromwell, wero in town We havo a few pieces of furnituro Miss Gorln Flonor, of Cromwell, 7t4 Wednesday, on business. either phono. who had been visiting friends and in our house that are bargnlns. This & BRO. W. E. ELLIS 4. Miss Tilllo May is spending the relatives hero slnco last week-enfurniture was bought 15 months back and since then has advanced In price I Col. R. E. Leo SImmerman wns In week in Madlsonville, tho guest of returned home Wednesday. over 100 per cent. Wo are placing Louisville tho first of this week, on her brother, Marshall May. mu- Mrs. D. B. Hancock and little this furniture at tho old prcles. business. Mrs. Allen Anderson, of Owene-bor- o, daughter havo been spending a few WILLIAMS & DUKE. Is spondlng the week hero vis days with Mrs. Hancock's parents. Miss Dewey Johnson is tho guest iting friends and relatives. SALESMAN WANTED To solicit Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Gillespie. of Miss Ruth Tlchcnor, of near town, orders for Oils, Paints, Roofing Co- - n this week. C. 0. Huntor, cashier of tho Bank Miss Emma Park has received tho ment and Specialities, on full tlmo or of Hartford, mado a fljlng trip to initial payment of a pension of $20 as sldo lino, for manufacturers Hooslor Wheat Drills, purchased & Owensboro Monday afternoon. Al Onlntv nc PntUMtlooInn per month, granted unto her by spe- xrniWu price advanced. before the dress F. F. MURRAY CO.. Box 345.: act of tho last Congress. cial W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 7t4 Northern Rye, Timothy, Red Top, IClovelnnd, Ohio. Wo soil the NEW PERFECTION Be Mr. S. A. Davenport, of Rochester and Clover Scods. Tho best on the ' W. E. ELLIS & BRO. You havo been thinking about a ' Coal OH Stovo. Thoy are given up nnd Squlro O. B. Scott, of Prontlss, mnrket. to bo the best. Wo have both tho 3 Separator, now is the tlmo to buy were in town Tuesday. Miss Dorothy Taylor, of Owens- burner and tho 4 burner. You. havo disposed of your en Ives and ' boro, arrived Wednesday for a tea you are not so busy in your cropg.Re- ACTON BROS. All kinds of rough lumber for sale. days' visit with Missr Mattio Duko. mombor that tho Sharpies is the on-- 1 ' See HAROLD HOLBROOK, Mrs. J. A. Bennett, who has been ly Sjpnrator that skims oloah at any Hartford, Ky. 7tf We have on hand a few of tho fa- spending some time with her daugh- spaed nnd has only 3 working parts ')'. mous OWENSBORO' wagons, nnd if ter, Mrs. Fleetwood Ward, and Mr. to glean compajed to tho basket full T V A full lino of Rod Spot Point nnd 3 "Varnlshos. Get your 'supply now you noed a wagon we can save you Ward, of Jocreok,' will return home of Tinware of other make. They money. ACTON BROS. tomorrow. cost more than some oUiei' makes be-- 1 X tho painting season is on. .whllo cause they are wortli more. You & AOTON BROS. At Ittt we have euooeoded In en-tin- g Messrs, Byron Williams, Edward don't want a make-shi- ft mtohino for a limited number of Horn Twin-Li- ft 'lukoy and Olenn Tineloy went some mly a year or two A separator li u Hay Harvest 1b nora ami wo liiwe Oil Stoves. Come In and Ipok where Monday evening intending to posed to last a life time, and a Shar-ldo- 3 tho KEEN KUTTHR Pitflh Forks, them ovor return, so thev i!d, that night, and wllllo so. that good Guaranteed kind. WILLIAMS & DUKE. I did, the night folljwjtg. & DIKE. WILLIA-MWILLIAMS & DUKE. 'frqWWrtr&MWMMWWWW$WW&WfcMrtM$W&?tt 19-2- WANTED Tie Hackers, will furMiss Hettle Riley will arrive here nish living quarters. Apply to today from Dawson Springs, where HAROLD H0LBROOK, she has been for several days. Mlss 3tf Hartford, Ky. Riley will return to Owensboro, where she is employed, Sunday or Monday. Mr. Elijah Morris and daughter, Mrs. Ira Acton, of East Hartford, Mr. Clyde Ralph, who has been spent Monday and Tuesday, in spending his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James T. Ralph, of Beaver Dam, has returned to MemMr. and Mrs. Gllmore Keown vis- phis, Tenn., where he has a position. ited Mrs. Keown's father, Mr. W. A. Clark, of Sunnydale, Saturday and Mrs. George T. Tinsley, of SimSunday. mons, who underwent a very complicated 'operation at St. Anthony's Miss Vera Hawkins, after spending Hospital Louisville, the 19th, Inst , her vacation with her parents, of near is doing well and bids fair to recover town, returned to Hooker, Okla., rapidly. Wednesday. Rev. Russell Walker, Mr. C. P The School at Coffman, conducted Keown nnd Miss Etta Holder, of this by Miss Mao Smith, of this place, has place, and Miss Ida Matthews, of Cenclosed temporarily, on account 0 tertown, attended the Baptist Associadiphtheria. tion at Macedonia, Breckenridgo County, this week. George LoWellen and family , Mr. Mrs. J. W. O'Bannon, of Russell-vill- e, of Bell's Run, spent the week-en- d n, with Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Westerfield, and Mrs. Russell Collins, of are spending this week here of Prentiss. and in Cromwell, tha.guests of Mr. Miss Lula Walker, of Lexington, and Mrs. R. E. Duke, and Mr. and was the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. Mrs. B. W. Stewart. W. Carter, of Dukehurst, from Friday Mr. C. D. Bean, of Horse Branch, until Monday. was in town Wednesday, and was a Miss Sudlo Allen left Wednesday visitor at this office. Mr. Bean is for an extended visit with her uncle, planning to attend the National En Charlie Bennett and Mrs. Bennett, campment of the G. A. R., at India 4. napolis, Ind., Sept. of Owensboro. Car-rollto- We have been preparing for a mammoth business in our Clothing Department for several months, and New Fall Suits are fast filling our cases that will appeal to all the good dressers, or the young men that are particular about their clothes. , New Shoes New Hats New Caps the best the market affords. We will gladly show you the things for fall. The Price d, at this store is always made on a tual benefit basis. The quality and price are always on a par here. We J have good wearing apparel to show you. We want you to see them. Drop I inandlookthemover. j ' E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Kentucky I mmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmi I HW MlWBMMBMBWHWiMBaBBMBailtl IIHH1 A Waterloo Boy Does Your Work the Way You Want it Done Service that pays most the eervico you want. It does your work tho way you -want it done. The Waterloo Boy gives you design permits large, rugged parts, also fewer parts. Fewer parts make it easy to understand. It's no trick to care for a Waterloo Boy. cnablos you to shift the hitch either to the right or left of center, is a great convenience when plowing on hillsides or in finishing lands. Your plows take full cut at all times. especirugged in its construction. It stands up under the most difficult and trying conditions of your farm work. Its various parts are designed to meet every possible strain. you 12 H. P. at the drawbar, and 25 H. P. on the belt It burns kerosene, and by means of a patented manifold converts every drop of this 5nel into rugged, positlvo power. A pump, fan, and radiator cooling system holds the engine at the proper temperature for correct lubrication, and maintains enough beat to Snsurc complete combustion. The radiator holds thirteen gallons. You don't iave to stop in the field every few Jiours on a hot day and fill it. That's seal service. low-pric- Its twin-cylind- er engine gives A draw bar shift lever, which ally strong and The Waterloo Boy is construction make the Waterloo Boy Teal farmer's tractor. Two-cylind- er Accessibility and simplicity of a without vibration. ,Its weight provides proper traction in soft ground. Hyatt Roller Bearings conserve power by reducing friction. well-balan- runs The Waterloo Boy Engine Yoa have to sec the Waterloo Boy to fally appreciate It. Come in and we will show you and tell you why the Waterloo Boy is the right tractor for your farm. FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY i JAKE WILSON, Manager t FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. MmMM,uimmm,m'MB!tT. FARM DEPARTMENT. Crimson Clover As a Cover Crop. . ly inexpensive, is simply constructed Tho Department of Agronomy, at and may be attached to the tractor the College of Agriculture, has found or detached without much trouble. that crimson clover is one of the best The cutter bar Is eight feet long. It Boiling and green manuring crops cuts at the rate of about 20 acres per This crop should be sown during the day. Operation of both tractor and forepart of August and about 20 mower from the seat of the former Is n pounds of seed per acre Is used. This said to be quite easy. We are bo sown with a clover seeder, i able to givq name of manufacturers, louoweu oy ngni uisKing so as to price or other additional information cover the seed, or by tho clover seed attachment found on most grain It Is not necessary to build expen- drills. Further Information as to the slve pouUry houses, but "they should time and method of sowing, and the'be servlceabl0( falrly roomy, well value of this crop, can be secured by 'lightod( and well ventilated without writing to the Experiment Station drafts. lor the Crimson Clover Circular which is just off the press. Urges Wider Use Of Alsike As a Clover Crop" This Year. Plant Celery Now. The success or alsike clover as a During the forepart of August Is . . Jr cover crop last winter in certain sea . .. IUU HJUU WIJUU 1UIC UC1C1J t;uu UU BUI tions of New Jersey leads crop speA trench about four inches should be cialists of the United States Departdug and the celery plants placed in It. ment of Agriculture to recommend its Careful attention must be given the year. Until further young celery plants as they will, no wider use this howwatering and perhaps a experiments have been made, any doubt, need ever they are unwilling to make cover from the hot sun until they "sweeping" claims for It as a comhave become well established in the petitor of crimson clover. The sucground. Write to the College of Ag- vliMiHnrn fop thn finriion Plronlnr cess met with In New Jersey, they say, well warrants them in advising describing how the late celery can be 1UIJI1UI5 IU UU U 111UB CAlJCnilJUUlillK grown. for themselves. It is doubtful, the specialists say, , Save Good Corn and Bean Seed. be safe to sow alsike Many farmers are asking the ques- that it would clover as late as the 15th of August tion, at this time of the year, as to In sections north of Pennsylvania, Illitho possibility of saving seeds from nois, and Indiana. The young plants Bomo of their prize vegetables. Tho would probably not mako enough College of Agriculture is recommend ' ing that, In some Instances, theso K,rowth to ena,b, t,he,"to "vo thfu Eeeds can be saved by tho farmers, to tho winter, although alsike clover It per- a very good advantage. For oxam- - self, when well established, is tGc 1,ard' as far ns. ",e ex'rom Plo ,a few oars of a good variety of un-ca- Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jones, Hartford. 1st Monday In March 13 days Clork Olla Cobb. STOCKYARDS TO BE SOU) Com'th. and Civil. Polico Judge C. P. Kcssincor. IV PACKERS' PLAN GOES T1IKU 1st Monday ln May 12 days Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard. 1st Mouday in July 12 days Washington, Aug. 19 A plan unCom'th. and Civil. der which the big flvo packers 18 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CAMLVDAIt 3d Monday (1n September 1'OK I'ltKHKNT VJUR Swift, Armour, Morris, Wilson and Civil. Cudahy would dispose of their stock Monday ln November 1J days 4th County Board of EducatlQn E. S. yard interests has been submitted to Com'th. nnd Civil. apthe Department of Justice for Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNTY COURT. proval and probably will bo tiled in Dlv. No. 1 R. A.. Owen, Hartford; the District of Columbia Stipromo Moets first Monday ln each month. Route G. Court by Aug. 31. Judge Mack Cook. Dlr. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fordsvlllo. Tho plan was drawn up in accordCounty Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Rcnfrow, Dunance with a decree entered in tho Clerk W. b. Dlankcnshlp. Sheriff S. A. Brntcher. local courts early in tho year nnd dee. kV Superintendent E. S. Howard. under which tho packers within two Dlv. No. 4 Robt. doff, Roslntr. years must disassociate themselves Jailer Worth Tlchonor. To Frco Engines of Carbon. Dlv. No. C Otis Stevens, Beaver D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner Everyone who has had any exper- from unrelated lines of business nnd Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. ience' with gasoline engines of any conflno themselves to the wholesale Dlv. No. C Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n. Coroner E. P. Rodgors. tho accumulation of meat trade kind knows that --- carbon in cylinders, piston heads, etc. ",. FISCAIi COURT. When you yawn a good deal in the County Board of Examiners: E. Si seriously reduces the efficiency of the Meets first Tuesday in April and Howard, daytime, feel dull, achey and want to engine and makes trouble for tho Mrs. Birdlo Mldklff and October. Ira Jones. Experts declare that an ef- stretch frequently it is an unmistaka-bi- o 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, symptom of malaria, and unless Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th fective method for removing carbon Route 3. you do something at onco you nro 17th. Is to pour into tho syllnders, while 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, DearA warm, a mixture of a teaspoonful of booked for a spell of chills. Hcrblne er Dam. is a chill mcdiclno that will prevont EXAMINATIONS common baking soda and a pint of i or cure tho disease. It drives out tho 3rd District Q. D. Brown, Simmons. kerosene. Allow the mixture to reImpurities on which tho malarial 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center-towCommon School Diploma May 14 main in over nlgnt. Then, after germ thrives, strengthens tho liver and 1G nt Hartford, Beaver Dam priming the engine with a little gas- and cleanses the bowels. Price GOc Cth District W. C. Daugherty.Balte-tow- n. and Fordsvllie.. oline, start it in the usual manner. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. May 21 and 22 County Teachers m Race it a short time and then set it mm Cth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (White). to work. This treatment cannot bo LURE OF THE WHITE LIGHTS 7th District D. F. Rice, Fordsville. May 2$ nnd 29 County Teachers' expected to give good results where U. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examlnotlon at Hartford, (Colored). Sll District the carbon deposit? have been formford, Route 6. Tho United States Census shows Juno IS and 13 County nnd State ing for a long time of tho folks In tho Teachers' Examination nt Fordsville,. that HARTFORD. e United States now live in cities of (Whlto). Mayor J. E.'Bean. STATES THAT HAVE over 100,000 inhabitants. There aro Juno 25 and 2C County nnd Stato- Clerk J. A. Howard. RATIFIED SUFFRAGE now sixty-si- x Teachers' Examination at Hartford, cities of that character Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. (Colored). In this country. In the ten years since Marshal E. P. Casebler. The States that had ratified tho the 1910 census more than 6,500,000 Sept. 17 nnd IS County and Statu suffrage amendment previous to tho peoplo who before that lived in small Toachern' Examination at Hartford, ROCKPORT action of the Tennessee Legislature communities have gone to cities of (White). Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. were the following: Sept. 21 and 25 County nnd Stato Clerk N. II. Bratcher. 100,000 or more. On the other hand Arizona, Nevada, Teachors' Examination at Hartford,. Police Judge S. L. Fulkerson. the large cities have not lost so New Hampshire, Arkansas, (Colored). Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. largely of their population and every-tim- e New Mexico, California, the Director of the Census puts New York, Colorado, out a new bunch of figures they show North Dakota, Florida, that the lure of the white lights conOhio, . Idaho, stantly adds to the number of reOklahoma, Illinois, , cruits gathered from tho small towns Oregon, Indiana, and farming districts. Pennsylvania, Iowa, mwiswmmim Rhode Island, Kansas, y rtoi? be 5s3r? :5a i hBi zjiv.'i iY3 :& South Dakota, Kentucky, rnD DcncnMAi uviitkii- Texas. Maine, Utah, Massachusetts, pelvic catArrh, ulceration and inflani-- 1 1 m&tioa Recommended by Lydia E. Washington, Michigan, PinlJtam Med. Co. for ten yptrt. West Virginia, Minnesota, ! . - l. A. iin.ilinfT turin.t... Cm . VJ Wisconsin, Missouri, ore throat and tore oye Economical. Wyoming, Montana, "" cm.oiuuiMj cleaning ana gcmucfciai rwtt. I Hie Children Nebraska, "w. . mux. louriiynpior, iKvloD. Mug, J A Safe Old Fashioned MANILA CLUB ADVOCATES Remedy for Worms TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT Seventy-fiv- e year continuous ute it the bett testiFREY'S VERMIFUGE monial j "Black-DraugManila, P. I., Aug. 1G. Territorial is. in ,($ can offer you. my opinion, the best liver government for tho Phillippines unKeep a bottle always on ft&f medicine on the market," der American sovereignty was advo IctfM states Mrs. R. H. White- - rG'm MSStf hand. It will help keep the littlo ones happy and cated today by the American Cham- aji'c side, of Keota.Okla. She (pa ! healthy. continues: "I had a pain ber of Commerce here In approving a 30eabottleatyourtlruirttaor in my chest after eating resolution drafted last week by Its gcnnal store; or if your dealer ngin, uncomionaoie icci-in- u can't aupply you, aentlhianame 8 Succeed when everything else falls. board of directors. and this was vcrv and 30c in alanip and we'll nervouq prostration and female In -send you a bottle promptly. disagreeable and brought weakness they am the supreme on headache. 1 was con- GIRL STRIKERS RETURN LiS. FREY, Biltincrc, HI remedy, at thousands have testlfiej. r i patcd and knew it was mummm FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND r 1 a awn ingestion and inactive Evansville, Ind., Aug. 16 Most of STOPIACH TROUBLE liver. 1 began the use of ft is the best medicine ever cold the 250 girls employed in the factory nicht and morning, and it sure is over a druggist's counter. of tho General Cigar Company here, ipicndid ana certainly who went on a strike last Friday, de WILL YOU ;ives relief." manding an Increaso in wages, return TAKE ed to work today pending a settlement of the trouble n. one-four- th August aro usually tho poorest producers. While a hen which has molted most of her feathers is very easy to pick out by sight without examination, tho only way to nscortaln accurately when tho hens begin to molt Is to handlo them. Dcforo tho body and wing feathers aro molted In any groat number you will find short pin feathers growing thickly on tho back and In tho feather tracts running back from the breast, indicating that theso hons have started to molt and probably have stopped laying it their combs and general appearance IndicateTho polvic bones aro also helpful In making this test as these two bones tend to closo up when the hen stops laying. If tho spread between theso bones measures two fingers or less tho probability is that tho hen is not laying, while if the spread Is greater, together with other Indications mentioned, she is probably laying. hftna which stop laying ing, ns tho hens that early thnt ls In July ado by tho Senato Elections Subearly is moltstart to molt committee named to investigate tho 111 nd election. The ballots contained In 621 large CIRCUIT COURT. mall bags, are bolng held tinder con- Judge R. W. Slack, Owensboro. stant guard In the Senato otflco build- Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Harting. ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner tin, Hartford. FOR FLETCHER'S Trustco Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, DIRECTORY IIHAVKK DAM. K) Children Cry Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnne?-- . Clerk n. W. Klnp. Polico Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal It. F. Storcna. I''OKD8VIJXE. CASTORIA V f Every Woman Wunfs! nmtwai Mothers B& 3Wn use fr M i jl $ m For Torpid IS Liver g '' For Yermira Re . ht Eltrfe;: Bitters M -- j Black-Draug- ht, i: OUR L 0-- o RADIO PHONE NOW USED IX COMMERCE London, Aug. 20 What Is claimed, to be tho first commercial conversa tion conducted by telephone thru tho ordinary central and wireless with n man ln an airplane was carried out successfully today. It was not an experiment, but was used for tho delivory of impcratlvo Instructions. A member of a London shipping firm using an ordinary dosk telephone was able to glvo ono of his air pilots h tiying across mo wngiisu ununnet Paris Instructors affecting coal sup-pll- fa at Marseilles, which had run !gcjr n short on account of the Cardiff coal or GERMINAL REMEDY HbSsmkImbb. tl7 mww yTc for A Trealmenl WEAK LUNGS or, i CONSUMPTION A quick relief for that tired, run down fecllne, coucbl, pains In chest, nlcht lueatt, heruor-- ' rhactf, weak lunes or coniumptloa. I( it doe not help you tTcol you notblni!. t) FORONE MONTH lock Eweet corn, can be allowed to mature and gathered and hung up in a dry A,slI0 clovor snoulll uowevor, do well sown early nlace thnr.li. luurin the fnrmnr StatQS alonB At" of having some seed of the good va- - ln A,,BUt !n the Untie seaboard; that Is, Now Jersey rlety of sweet corn. States aml ln Canada- """""" "" " w ... Fonovcr seventy years i' this purely vegetable oreparatlon lias been found beneficial by thou- sand3 of persons suffer- injj from effects of a tor- - Oi.-- g2: ?JG , num McninAi on I1ILU1UHL UUl UIIIU COLUMBUS O. dox eie. (jn$ jSifi x&fi Over fifty yeara ngo a young physician practiced widely in a jural district and became famous for his uniform succeed in tho curing of disease. This was Dr. Pierce, who afterwards established himself in Buffalo, N. Y and placed ono of his proscriptions, which ho called "Golden Madical Diacovory," in tho drug stores of tho United States so that the public could easily obtain this very romarkablo tonic, corrpetive and Dr. Pierce manublood -- maker. Fixing Hok Pilot's In Bushels. Measuring tho prices of a hog in busholsot corn, instead of in dollars, ia a form of annlled mathematics us- cd by the United State Department of Agriculture In keeping tab on prices of farm products. Theoreti- cally 100 pounds of live hogs should be worth about 13 bushels of corn. The ratio varies. It is generally highest in the Corn belt and. lowest In New England, the fur South, and thn far West. At the present time tho ratio is unusually narrow that is, 100 pounds of hogs U not worth many bushels of corn as usual. TUe dopartmsnt draws the Inference that the next 12 months hogs will more than corn or corn will more titan hogs. " Mowing Attnclnuuut for Tractor, t that A new mower onto the side of the ordinury hitches light tractor has lately been worked out. The attachment l comparative- sUa'-hu'eu- bo Alsike should planted early in August for spring plowing under. The goat of alsike seed, It is said, Is relatively lower than that of rod aml c,over' b8cauM tho SMfl ,s " leM 118edB t0 Ue sow" l,8r aor0' Wh,,e strike. u 0Oit ls h'Bnor than thnt for tll olovsr. it may prove moro " reliably winter hardy, and so have an FOR FLETCHER'S tdvantaie over the oriinsoa clover, wl,loh oft9n "inter-klll- i. 91,500 POSTAGE OX XKWHHRRY-FORHALl.OTS Should Cull Poultry Flock Dining Summer Ami Fall, Washington, Aug. 20. Figureu The hens should be culled out tlur-n- s lug the summer and early. tall months, hiatle public today at the office of the g serges nn b of the Senate show beginning to cull out the poor that It cost approximately $l,5uo lit ducere Just as soon as they stop postage to transport thru tho malls lug, which is usually In July and sust. When a hen Is laying her the ballots cast ln the election i botweeti Trttuiau H. New comb will he large, full of blood,' and bright red In eolor. As she stops and Henry Ford, Republican and 1iJng the tomb becomes small and Democratic candidates, shrunken, pale or dull in oolor, aul for the United States Senate from Tne ballots were brought is usually rather hard. Another gooJ Michigan. to use ln selecting thoto hole in order that a recount might be Indication and Delaware. u j os rw-- Oliilclren Oyy D CASTOR'A nt-at- -a liver. biliousness, L:iui:. i::i;nr'ri inniTiijv rii7- zincss, constipation, bitter taste, sleeplessness, lack of energy, pain In back, ptiffiness under the eyes any or all of lhese symptoms often indicate that there is something the matter with your liver. You can't be too careful about the medicine you take. Re sure that the name, slow-acting P. or Indigestion, gj jKJf-jy- OSELIWLAX For Lazjr Liver and the Tr'ouMes olt Consfipation. Peel rlcht nil tho time. Don't Iny oS from work for days by taking calomej when pleasant Liu- - Vur-La- x keeps yott on your fcot, while reliovingyourtrou,b lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Doifll tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses eya tern nnl relieves constipation. A nat ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. It won't bo long before Liv. Vc-La- x win completely uisplnco calomel m ever homo.. Children can tako it freely Mid with perfect Bafety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nont genuine without tho Ilkcnes3 and stenj turu of L, 1C Grlgoby, For sale by r 8. H. WILLLliW. . HwUsrd. XB. pro-durin- oa on the package. At all Ai-deoll- ne druggists. on-te- st Accept Only the Genuine. j. i ...... --i factured this "Discovery" from roots and barks a corrective remedy, the ingredients of which nature had put in tho Holds and forests, for keeping us healthy. Fow folks or families now living have not nt sometime or other this "Goldsn Medical Diacovsry" fur the stomach, liver nnd heart. Over twenty four million bottles of this tonic and blood rvsmuuy have been sold iu this country, -- utl . MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. torm of tho Ohio County Court) at about tho- - hour of ono o'clock p. m., upon a credit of six nnd twolvo 3i. II. Wol)1), ot nl., Plaintiffs. months, the following described real vs. Notice. estate lying and bolng in Ohio CounClara Webb, ot nl., Dofondnnts. ty, Ky. 11 y vlrtuo of n Judgment and order A certnln tract of land on tho waof salo entered In the nbovo styled action nt the July 1920 term of the tors ot Cnney Crook, bolng lot No. 4 In above styled court, directing me to tho division mndo of tho rtalrd land, sell tlio horelnnftor described prop-crt- y being ono tract owned by J. F. Stow-ar- t, consisting of 239 acres, more for tlio purpose of dividing tho proceeds among tho parties entitled or less, which Is known ns tho Dcnrd thorcto, and paying tho cost of this land, this lot is bounded ns follows: j jieginning nt a stono n. w. coraction, togother with tho cost ot thin salo, I will offor fur sale, nt public nor to lot No. 3; thenco S. G3 E. 78 outcry to tho highest and best bidder, poles to a stono, N. E. corner to lot nt tho court houso door in Hartford, No.3; thenco N. 27 E. 44 poles to a Ky., on Monday, Soptember C. 1920, stono and post oak in the lino ot (It bolng the first day ot n regular homo placo; thonco N. 3G W. 87 poles term of tho Ohio County Court) nt With tho lino ot tho old homo placo to about tho hour ot one o'clock p. m. a mack onk, tho N. W. cornor ot tho upon credit of six nnd twelve months, Hoard land; thenco S. 27 V. with the tho following described real cstnto, pld lino 65 poles to tho beginning. lying nnd being In Ohio County, Ky Containing by estimation 31 acres. bolng two tracts adjoining each other. This being n part of tho samo lot conveyed to John F. Stewart, by A. Tract No. 1. On tho wators of nnd bounded as follows: Begin-nln- g 1). Hoard, Special Commissioner, and nt a stono In S. L. Balrd's lino; recorded in Conns. Deed nook "C", Ohio County thonco H. 85 poles nnd 17 links to a pago 118 and 119 Mono In J. V. Harnett's lino; thonco Clerk's office. This has a road over other lots to E. 87 polos to a stono on a branch ot public road over reasonable INocrook; thenco with said branch N. 8 a K. 8.1 poles and 17 links when reduc- ground to travel over. Tho purchaser will bo required to ed to n straight lino to a beech on safd branch corner to S. L. Beard, C. oxecuto bonds immediately after sale W Stevens' cornor; thonco with with security to bo approved by tho llnlrd'H lino N. 88 W. 98 poles to tho commissioner. In equal Installments, beginning, containing GO acros. IJelng duo in six and twelvo months, bearing same land conveyed to Thomns E. Interest at the rato of G por cent per Said bonds to have tho Wobb by Washington Phlpps by deed annum. A dated Juno ic, 1SS2, nnd of record forco and effect ot a Judgment. e in tlio OlUo county Clerk's oltice in lieu will bo retained on tho land sold to further secure the purchase price. deed book 3, pugo 152. Given under my hand this tho 19th Tract No. 2. Beginning at a stono, S, W. corner of Thomas B. Wobb's dny of August, 1020. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. land; thonco S. U W. 84 poles to a M. Li. Hoavrln, Attorney. stnko on tho bank ot Littlo Nocrcek; '1TL 1 0 thenco up said creek N. 52 E. 7 poles; thenco S. 85 E. 20 poles and NOTICE! 10 links; thenco N. 53 i E. 44 polos Notlco is hereby glvon that the E. 35 4ind 15 links thenco N. 37 will on tho first Tuesday E. 26 poles nntl polos; thenco N. 8 10 links to n stono on tho bank ot In September, 1920 mako application should to said creek; thenco W. 87 polos to tho to tho State Board of Control at beginning, containing 34 acres. Do- Frankfort, Kentucky, for a parole, be on for ing samo land convoyed to Thomas E. "Wobb by V. D. I). Stevens nnd wlfo and will ask that ho be released from given-theon Scptombor 30, 1S86, which deed Is his continoment at tho state poni- of record In tho Ohio County Clerk's tontlary, at Eddyvillo. to see lot offlco in deed book C, page 520. This Juno 4, 1920. more insist, required to GOtlOp more of Tho purchaser will bo husbands. ERNEST LITSEY. execute bonds Immediately after salo will be for us. with security to bo approved by tho commissioner, in equal Installments, SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S SALE. .duo In six nnd twelvo months, bearIV Ohio Circuit Court. ing Interest nt tho rate ot G per cont Etta Romnns, Plaintiff. it done por annum. Said bonds to have tho vs. Notice of sale. forco nnd effect of a Judgment. A deal more M. I). Romans, ct nl., Defendants. that. lion will bo retained on tho land sold Select your tiros acBy vlrtuo of a Judgment and order to to further secure tho purchase price. cording to the roads renGiven under my hand this tho 19th of salo of tho Ohio Crlcult Court, people'closer getting. they hava to travel: dered in tho above styled action at day of August, 1920. la sandy or hilly countho July, 1920 term of said court, OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. together, given try, whirever the going directing mo as special commissioner Til. L. Hoavrln, Attorney. is cpt to be heavy Tho ' to soil tho hereinafter described prop away old U. S. Nobby. Apply a cotton cloth wet with Ba- erty for the purposo ot paying the.; For ordinary country prejudices. wiM be claim ot the plaintiff U. S. Tires so llard's Snow Liniment to all wounds. styled action amounting in tho above roads 'The U. S. Chain to $2500.00, cr Ucco. cuts burns, sores or blisters, and t0Bether wIth n C03t8 , sad action" about it. affects one For front vhacls now noto Its wonderful healing power. It and the cost of this sale, I will offer W.i! U. S. Plain. is prompt nnd very effective. Prlco .for salo at public outcry to tho highest generally affects good best bidder nt tlio court house Fcr Lest results size of your 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. uour in uuruuru. ivy., uu muiiuuy, Dverywhorc U. S. of his by Ohio County Drug 3o. same car, you Royal Cord3. September G, 1920, at about tho hour U. S. 'nt ono o'clock p. 111., on a credit ot way. have PIASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. jlx montli3, tho following described you on is property,' viz: and C. W Morgan, Plaintiff. iviW A trnct or parcel of land beginning sWw vs Notlco. on a walnut in the Russell Old lino, over. how to make. A. W. Morgan, Defondant. on the Brownsville road; thenco S. Ilv virtu? of n iudemont nnd order ,3 W. 27 poles to n stone; thenco N. of sale entered in tho above styled nc- -' 57 jj. 3194 poles to n stono; thenco U. S. , lion nt tno JUiy, iyau term 01 inoiw nfi W. 1 fi nnlpa in n ntmin tlin Tfl jiiio uircuu uouri, mrecung 1110 10 EvaI1B coraer; tnonce N. 87 W. 12 .soil tho hereinafter described proper- -, poles to a stone; thenco N. 3 W. 12 effect on the for life, ty for tho purpose of paying certain poles atpub.Ic road; thenco W. 87 E. of mileage. tire business. bequoaths mndo In tho will of Isabcllo j wjta public road 9 v; poles to tho 5470.00 to tho plain- - ginning, contaiulng'3 acres moro or F tiff in this action, with interest there- - !jeS3 automobiles were to someon nt tho rate ot 6 per cent por annum Thero Ig 0SCCptcd and not conveyed from May 7, 191V, until paid also to In tho abovo boundary a small parcel people" were willing-t- o to whd T. F. Tanner, ot a!., tho sum of S242.-(- of land lylng cast of tho pubUc roadi 00, wltji interost thorcon at tho rato Contalnlng about S acre, buy any kind of a tire. Now tires. of G por cent per ajinum from Mny 7, nCng tho samo land convoyed to 1917, until paid, nnd tho costs of this 'M D. Romnns by Otis Whlto and wito action and cost of this sale, I will ot- - on octobor 2, 1915,- which deed Is ot fer for salo nt public outcry to thorecord m deC(1 book 48, pago 533, o highest and host bidder at tho court Qtaio County Clerk's offico. " house door in Hnrtford, Ky.. on Mon- And pursuant to said Judgment and day, SoptcmbeY G, 1920, (It being tho for the game purposo I will also soil first day of tho regTinlr term ot tho at FJInt springs Ohio County. Ky., Ohio County Court), at about thol0n Tuesday, Septombor 7. 1920, at HARTFORD MOTOR COMPANY, Hartford, Ky. llOUr Ot Ono O'clock P. m., UPOl a,nl.m,t ), nf nn nVlnrlr n m credit of six and twelve months, tho t0 tho iliBhe3t and bost blddor at pub- BEAVER DAM AUTO CO., Beaver Dam, Ky. I followlng described real estnte: jc 0UtCry upon a credit of six nionths, COATS GARAGE, Beaver Dam, Ky. interest in a tract ot nt tho storo house 0f M D, Romans, A land In Ohio County, Ky., containing tno following described personal, prop- W. G. ILER, Rockport, Ky. au ncres lying on inu wiuors 01 war- - orv. viz. nctts Crock nnd bounded on the East A small stock ot merchandise, con by the landa of Mllligan Bros., and sisting of dry goods, notion, groceries, U. Mulllcan; on tho South by tho scnles nnd fixtures, worth about J. 0 lands of Robert Rowan and Willis on tho West by tho lands of Hcflln, Tho purchasers at each salo will Ed Charlet and John Prlo; on tho bo required to execute a bond with Johnson good 'and sufficient security to bo ap same 42 E. 91 poles to a stako, and bolng In Ohio County, Ky., North by tho lands of Fred and elm, ono ot Harrison Taylor's due In six and twolve months, bearing' to said lot In the. L. & N. R. R. slstlng ot tour tracts and bounded as corners; thence with said Hue N. 32 Interest at tho rato of 6 per cont per and Mllligan Bros. proved by mo, payable In six months, 130 aero lionrlni? Intnrfist nt thn rntn nf fi nor company S ngni 01 way 11110; luuucu ioiiows ono-ha- lf Interest la Also a E. 60 poles to another of said Tay- annum. Said bonds to havo tho tract of land that said Davis now lor's cornors, a white oak; thonce N, forco and effect of a Judgment. A tract of land lying and being in Ohio cont por annum with a Hen retained with tho samo S. 54 B. 70 poles to a County, Ky., on tho waters, of Bar on tho property sold to bettor securo stone; corner with Thomas Bros., lives on containing about 90 acres be- 57 W. 30 poles to tho beginning con- Hen will bo retained on the land sold their HnO N. 14 W. 94 rett's Creek nnd boundedbyas follows lio nnvmnnt nt nnmo whloh lmnrh nrn thOIlCO With beginning, containing 25 ing samo land deeded' to me by Na- taining 51 acres. to further securo the purchaso prfce. tho lands t0 navo tno jorco am offect of a Judg-'P0'6- 3 t0 tlle than J. Keown, deed to which is ot Bounded on tho East Given undor my hand this tho 19th The purchaser will bo required to acres, moro or loss record in deed book T, page 274. of Frank Riley; on tho West by tho mont. execute bonds Immediately after salo day of August, 1920. Tho purchaser will bo required to Another tract or parcel of land sit- with security to bo approved by tho lands of James Hlnton; on tlio Norm Given undor my hand as special OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. by tho lands of John Salmon, and on commissioner ot tho Ohio Circuit execute bonds immediately attor salo uated in Ohio County, Ky., on tho Commissioner, in equal Installments, Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. tho South by tho Llvermoro and Max-wo- ll Court, this 19th day ot August, 1920. with security to bo approved by tho waters of Muddy creek and known commissioner, In equal installments, as a part of my home tract of land public road. S. A. .BRATCHER. Beginning The purchaBor will bo required to Special Commissioner. due In six and twolve months, bearing bounded as follows, viz intorest at the rate of, C per cont per at a white oak, two black oaks and oxecuto bonds immediately after salo Ileavrln & Martin.. Attys. annum. Said bonds to havo tho forco throe small hickories; thence N. 13 with security to bo approved by tho tommissionor in equal insiaumuius, MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE, and otfect ot a Judgment. A Hen will E. 28 polos to a doublo red oak on Do retained on tno lanu soiu to lurtu- - tho bluff bank of a branch; thenco S. duo in six and twelvo nionths, bearing or secure tho purchase price. SIM: E. 113 poles to a black gum and Ohio Circuit Court. intorest at tho rato of G per cont per Given under my hand this tho 19th poplar; thenco S. 40 W. 38 Poles to ainnum. bam uonus 10 navo inu iurcu Fldolity & Columbia Company, Comday of August, 1920. a chestnut In the said John T. Davis' and offect of a Judgment. A Hen will mittee etc., Plaintiff, OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. to furthHold; thenco N. 81 bo rotalned on tho land sold W. 97 polos to vs. Notlco. Woodwrad & Kirk, Attys. the beginning, containing 18 acres, er securo tho purchase price. John McIIonry Craig, Dofondant. more or less. Given undor my hand this tho 19th By vlrtuo ot a Judgment and order , day ot August, 1920. SALE. Third tract:A certain tract or parcel ot salo, entered In tho above styled MASTER CO.MMISSIONER'8 C. of land situated In Ohio County, Ky., OTTO C. MARTIN M. action, at tho July, 1920, term, of tho If unable to work or eat prop- able of all methods is through the containing 80 acres ,moro 6r less, beJ. S. Olonn, J. P. Sandofur, Attys. above styled court, directing me to J. H. Davis, Plaintiff. . Mineral. use of Acid ing samo land conveyed to Richard vs. Notice sell tho horelnnftor described propererly, Iron, in soluble form, a natural formIron soluble iron This k of found 1MASTKU COMMISSIONERS' BALK. ty for the purpose ot dividing the pro- Janlo M .Bennett, ta al., Defendants. Stewart by S. D. Sandefur and wife, combined with other is what you should in Nature itself, By virtue of a Judgment and order by deed dated March 20, 1869, duly ceeds among tho parties entitled highly beneficial remedial agents. thereto, and paying tho cost ot this of salo entered In the abovo styled ac- recorded in deed book V, page 249, Ohio Circuit Court, try at once. The story of tho discovery of thk action, together with tho cost of this tion nt tho July, 1920 torm ot the Ohio County Clerk's office, to which Ida B. Stownrt, otal.,Plnlntlft. Iligh medical authority has always new form of iron reads almost like a sale, I will offer for sale, at public abovo styled court, directing mo as reference is hereby mado. vs. Notlco. taught that iron is the best tonic for fairy tale and medical science has outcry to tho highest and best bidder, commissioner ot said court to sell the Fourth tract; A cortaln tract of Ex parte, Defendants. tlio blood and oil agrco on its great proved in legions of cases its remarkat the Court Houso door in Hartford, hereinafter described land tor tho land situated in Ohio County, Ky., In By vlrtuo of a Judgmont and order g v powers. medicinal value. The trouble is that able styled ac- Ky., on Monday, September 6, 1920, purposo ot dividing tho proceeds be- tho Cromwell Magisterial District, on of salo entered In tho abovo Acid Iron Mineral may bo procured many pills and tonics said to contain of tho (It being the first day ot a regular tween the parties entitled thereto, the waters of Indian Camp Creek, tion at tho July, 1920, term iron aro not to bo relied upon. So in either liquid or tho muio conabovo styled court, directing mo to torm ot the Ohio County Cour) at and paying all cost of this action, to- and boundod as follows: Beginning that those who wish to toko iron as a venient tablet form at any drug storo. ot this salo, I at. a white oak and chestnut, corner to soil tho hereinafter described prope- about tho hour ot ono o'clock P. M., gother with thocost mcilicino may have a reliable source It contains no alcohol or injurious public outcry to Henry Her 800 survey; thonco W. 70 proupon a credit of six and twelve will otter tor salo at rty for tho purposo of dividing tho of information, this announcement is drugs and will not blacken tho teeth. ceeds among' tho parties entitled months, tho following descrlbod real i the highest and best blddor, at tho poles to a stono one of tho corners to It lias been especially noted that pale, made. R. C. Hobdy's survey, onco stood, but thereto, and paying tho cost t)f this estate, lying and bolng in Ohio Coun- - court Iioubo door In Hartford, Ky., n puny children, weak, per gono; thenco S. 22 W. 80 polos to on Monday, Soptember 6, 1920, (It now action, togother with tho cost of this ty, Ky., and described as follows: sons ami those enfeebled by ago show Quick Results Noted Beginning at a stako corner to being tho first day ot a regular torm two black oaks and pst oak one of improvement and exhibit increased aalo. I will otter for salo at public out The new wav to restore iron to tho strength ulmoat immediately after ot tho Ohio County Court,) at about James Shlold's corners; tbonce S. 78 cry to tho highest and best biddor, at Thomas Bros., on Hartford and blood tho surest and most depend starting treatment. road; thenco with said road the hour ot ono o'clock p. M., upoma E. 115 poles to a hickory and dog the court houso door, in Hartford, .Ky., on Monday, September 6, 1920, N. 47' E. 27 poles to n stake cornor credit ot six and twelvo months, the wood, .Harrison Taylor's line; thenco For Salo by OHIO COUNT1' DRUG CO, Incorporated, Hartford, Ky. (it bolng tho first day ot a regular to lot No. 4; thence with a line ot following descrlbod real estate, lying N. 30 V. 30 polos to two white oaks ! Ho-cro-- Now-th- j w.fo ole farnili) can gp 2 ? summer evening And the the better it -- women thankful the automobile. It has a chance a their THE they're beginning insist knowing what they are getting. they has than l has brought But a great We want our customers know what they are That's why we represent there them new interests, swept Sold-!110- m leu s man a many neighbors in the And they a better chance to get together talk things It's had its What no doubt Whatever the know that the put it the best Tire kind of tire its makers.know Tires are guaranteed without any limi tation to-w- lt. When new 1-- That ought mean thing thenian thought about has - ,.. unit ed Sfatgs Tires ono-four- th con-corn- or ' --- Iron Builds Health and Strength of Old and Young blood-makin- run-dow- Cen-terto- j EAmLMJQi Fthe i The Centenary Commission o! the Methodist Church South Presents X) parish of Methodism visualized A SixReel Motion Picture portraying the developments of it1 Methodist Missions in every clime, The Centenary Celebration and the MARVELOUS CHRISTIAN PAGEANT, A world-wid- e WAYFARER At STAR. THEATRE Admission 15c "MM'"M"M -- .Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 1st and 2nd, at 2:30 and 7:45 p. m. American government,' said Governor sums, we shall so state publicly, A MESSAGE TB MAINE "Where next they will land Is Cox. "I assure .you that they will the maximum, and seek addiwholly conjectural. They may con- not, and that the government will bo tional contributions. But should It HAYS VOICES ISSUES clude to stake their ell uron weigh- sponsor of their activities. Their successed, as I bellevo it will, tho ing of iho relatltr merits of tho re- check books are ready and open, nnd achievement, If I may quoto a promispective candidates. hundreds of thousands yea, mil- nent Democratic editor, would "far "They may prefer to contrast re- lions have gone Into tho Republi- transcend in ultlmnto the Chairman Opens Campaign cent Republican cabinets with that can treasury to buy an underhold on country tho election of benefit topresa dozen which now maintains a wayward and tho government.' idents. With Speech Striking hardly recognizable existence. Fact Vs. Fancy. "In any case, the endeavor surely At Leaders. "They may wish to stand upon the "Mr Roosevelt gave as tho author- can not bo pronounced "unworthy of pledges to reduce the cost of living. ity for his accusation 'an Item' he had commendation or even of encourage"Thoy may choose to dilate upon read In a newspaper.' Mr. Cox sub- ment. Wo have not tried to mako "Will H Augusta, Me., Aug. 21 mitted no evidence whatover. Both political capital out of tho Idea. Wo Hays, chairman of tho Republican actual results of their their fresh promises to stop profiteer- these men knew that tho Republican havo not criticized and havo no National Committee, today opened his party's campaign for tho election ing In face of the f.ict that all profi National Committee had adopted a thought of criticizing our opponents sprung into being and con- plan, which I announced more than a for adhering to tho old method of acof members of Congress from Maine teering year ago, for financing our campaign cepting tho largest contributions oba speech in which ho asserted tinues to flourish under their own with by a method of decentralized giving, tainable That Is their right and auspices. Governor Cox is dominated by Wood-ro- w "They may like to contrast the securing small contributions from a privilege under tho existing statutes. Wilson and four unnamed liosses, great many, with a limit of f 1,000 as Nor shall we, in resentful emulation declared with enthusiasm that the types and characters of justices of tho every chal- Supremo Court to be appointed by the a maximum for any contribution; that of tho positive charges of i m Demo Republican party has mot lenge of tho Democrats and made a one or tho other of the two nominees. Mr. Harding had publicly approved cratic candidates, io much an inti "They may again rest their case up- the plan, and that tho committee had mate that their responslile officers bitter attack on the latter party's zigHays on their slogan of four years ago: raadoptcd it after he was nominated. will use any part of their ftinds corzagging policy. Chairman "Knowing all this, Mr. Roosevelt ruptly. Frankly and as be'He kept us out of war,' 'Peace, Pre spoke as follows: fund tween mutual respecting citizens wo functions of the chairman of paredness and Prosperity,' and 'War asserted that our campaign "The would reach the colossal sum of don't believe they will or would If a national committee have never been In Europe, Peace in America, Thank and Mr. Cox declared, appar- they could. . precisely defined. My own limited God for Wilson.' A Warning To Mudslingers. "They may seek popularity in sub- ently of his own knowledge, that milexperience, however, has convinced "But I give fair warning now that upon stituting for 'First in war, first In lions havo already 'gone into tho Re me that the tasks which devolve publican treasury' from 'certain inter neither tho Republican candidates one are sufficiently numerous and peace, first in the hearts of his countrymen' an appellation far more apt ests banded together to buy the pres- nor the Republican management will onerous, without including that of idency.' They thus deliberately ac- take false aspersions lying down. If, speechmaking. The principles of our as of the moment, 'Last in war, last in peace, gone from the hearts of his cused Mr. Harding, your national at the instance of our adversaries this party are sot forth in our platform, committee and myself of being en campaign shall finally, resolve into a are elucidated by out candidates and countrymen.' gaged In a conspiracy to betray our question of personal characters, we Curing "Wilsonitls." are amplified by our public speakers country. know of no reason, aside from natural "It is for their new leader, now zig and our public journals. It is an ad'That, I submit, is a serious charge, distaste, why wo should not meet that zagging back and forth from the sinmirable arrangement and one that ister blight of the soloist of the Dem- ir it could bo substantiated no pun- - ' "s3"3 aa reauny as any otner. should suffice. "With Warren G. Harding and Cal-b- e "And yet I did make a speech at ths ocratic party to the furtive presence ishment of those found guilty could too sovere. It can not be, of vIn Coolidge as our candidates, all Chicago convention. was not long of its quartette of bosses, to make his It course, for the quite simple reason wo ask ,s a falr contest; and that wo Indeed, it was such a little one that selection. "It matters not to us. Our sole re- that It Is not true. Do you think Mr. Propose to have. you may not havo noticed it. I uttoT the falth r tho tered three sentences, possibly four. quirement Is that there shall bo no re- Cox believed it was true? Do you ' "We 'sht striction. This referendum is going think Mr. Roosevelt believed it was Fathers of the Republic and for per-truOne I recall distinctly. It was to the of the sons and I do not. And yet they had Petual freedom effect that the Republican party was to be more than solemn. It Is going Sometimes a to bo great, the most' comprehensive the audacity to utter this outrageous daughters of America. meeting to accept from the people a Picture points a principle no less than mandate for tho government of tan ever known. Before ended, it will falsehood, denying the truthfulness a and reflecting upon tho honor of fel- - moral. Such a one recurs to my United States. That statement was have comprised every phase of and every flock of low citizens, for one of whom at mind. It was a cartoon published on mnde in anticipation of the election Governor Cox dellver-respeto come in November. Of its accura- Wilsonitis that have brought untold least thoy havo professed the fullest the dav e& his speech, on tho editorial page of cy I am more firmly convinced now miseries upon a people who have ev-- '' 'Their purpose is plain. They can his chief newspaper supporter In New on the eve of September than I was ery right to be prosperous and condJPlcted tho candidate hardly hope to deceive tho thought- - YorK- tented. at the beginning of June. then p or a pole. "The Democratic candidate appeals ful, but they do mean to Impose upon aauunS IlaB " "I declared further that the great Tho Ijcaguc, the credulous. Frankly, I do not beparty of the Union hnd become united to both the Wilson and the To the lieve they can do either. My concern The banner was unfamiliar to thn factions of his party. and that thore would be no bolt from tho convention. That prediction has former he holds forth the President's at any possible political effect of eye, but unmistakable In Its moaning, been fulfilled to a degree that seem- platform. To the latter he exhibits such defamatory allusions, therefore, It bore no heraldic device or other Not only was himself as an advocate of complete even when put forth by nuthorl- - symbol. There was not a sign of a ed hardly imaginable. there no bolt from the convention change in administration. Idealism ty of men deemed by their fellow par- - stripe, not a suggestion of a star. Em- then; there has been no bolt from tho for the sentimentlists, patronage forjtlsans worthy of holding the highest blazoned upon a plain background In party or from its candidates since tho machinists that is his motto, i of honors, Is slight. The personal os- - largo letters were tho words, 'Tho League of Nations,' and nothing moro. may be ignored Probably never before in tho history and he offers to tho country for ' No Concealment. It was tho new motto of an old party. of our party has the natural strife eign use the Wilson covenant and for "What does sadden mo is that It symbolized surrender of American over nominations been followed by so domestic service Tammany Hall a surrender, pleaso complete unanimity of acceptance and truly a marvelous combination of Im- calumnies such as this can be spread independence broadcast thru tho columns of groat God, that shall never be mado so long approval. It is a part of my business potence and journals without evoking rebuke from as the spirit of patriotism continues to detect and heed signs of disaffecCo: Ono Muster, Four liosses. "Upon the highest authority we are tho guides and leaders of public to anlmato the hearts of American tion and I tell you honestly that I havo found nono, either In factions or informed that no man can sorvo two opinion Who control thoso powerful f reomen. "But'a more apt or more exact por- among individuals. The bringing of masters, but what of ono master and , agoncies? Thero has been no secret that splendidly encouraging messago four bosses? Obviously, with his rec- - about what we aro trying to do I trayal of tho chief purpose of tho constitutes tho chief roason for my ognized dosterity, tho Democratic havo discussed tho matter personally Democratic party, dictated by Its being with you today. candidate hopes to be able to hold to with many of tho foremost editors of leader and declared by its candidate, "I addressed those few heartening both, tho seemingly despised by tho independent and Democratic nows- - could not bo devised. "As I looked at that Btrlklng and words to the delegates in Chicago as ono, yet loved by tho others. What, I papers thruout tho country, I havo your party chairman merely to 'open pray, can be deduced from tho mental pointed out tho difficulties 'necessarl- - significant sketch, I rould not hut tho convention.' It is in tho same processes of ono who solemnly defines ly involved in effecting so markod an wish that I wore capablo of making I have sought their ad- - a companion picture that should capacity that I now speak to you, on tho Monroe Doctrine as 'the vory innovation. and suggestions and invariably phaslzo tho vivid contrast between of Articlo X,' precisely as, with boh a If of our resolute and perfected organization, to open tho campaign, llko accuracy, one might define vac- - havo received assurances of sympa- - their asplraeions and ours. There In what amourts would bo nothing novol In my illus-"B"I shall say little of the Issues In- clno as tho very essence of smallpox? ithetlc I liuvo no wish to follow the to no moro nor less than an earnost tratlon, nothing strango to tho vision, volved. It Is not necessary. They are being unfolded and made clear dally torturous road to Trailsend at least endeavor to ollmlnato money as a nothing startling to the emotions. It factor from American would bo a mero reproduction of that with incomparable lucidity, dlrectnoss not yet. Thus far, but ono of the joint j controlling first Star Spangled Banner produced and frankness by your candidates, it assevoratlons of tho Democratic can- -, politics. "Nothing has been nnd, of course, by tho nimble fingers of Betsy Ross, .suffices for me to invite your atten- dldutes bears directly upon my deOur Only Flag, tion to one point of peculiar signifi- partment. Speaking in Chicago on nothing will bo concealed. By reason "A companion picturo did I say? cance. We havo shown fill! readl-j.os- s August 11, Secretary Roosevelt charg of tho enlarged electorate and tho to meet our adversaries upon ed that tho Republican campaign greatly Increased cost of all things wo No, never. There can bo no compan- any battlefield they might cliooso. fund would exceed $30,000,000, and flguro that thoro will bo required a ion bannor to tho Stars and Stripes as of about $3,000,000, nn average a symbol of the great Ropubllc. Thero "When they concentrated upon the that "such n sum could not bo hon-tot- al League covenant without the dotting estly expended.' Threo days later, in of nbout ton cents per voter. Part of Bhall bo but tho ono flag. But .that of an vi" or tho crossing of a "t," wo Wheeling, W. Vn according to tho this has been rocelved, In Bmall con- - flag I would paint and hold for a mot them squarely. New York Times report, Governor 'trlbutlons from Individuals, CO por 'moment to the light of Heaven thit "When thru their national chair- Cox caused a sensation nnd brought cent of whom have never beforo sub- - all might murk tho dlfferonco responso whon ho charg- - scribed to party f uuds. Tho larger tween tho o Idand now, Thoro would man freSh from n conforenco with their candidate, thoy pronounced the cd that certain (interests were banded part of tho total amount wo hope and bo no need to hoist that banner.lt was covenant only o 'secondary Issue' af-t- together to buy tho presidency, and havo roason to bollovo wo shall bo raised first on Dorchester Heights by all, wo acquiesced. When tho that millions had been contributed to able to raise under tho plan of limit- - George Washington, Hut a few days in Marlon. O.. candidate rovorsod their national tho camiialcn fund of the Ronubll- - od subscriptions, "which thus far has ago I saw it If this qfterap by Warren G. Harding. proved, successful. For nearly chairman nnd declared tho Wilson can party with sinister lnteut " 'Thoy want to bo tho sponsors of should fail to produce tho requisite' a hundrod and fifty years it has Zoaguo tho solo Jssuo wo accepted J most readily. $30,-000,0- 00 , -e? i ... floated over this frco land, and never onco been lowered. And at tho baso of tho polo I would draw, facing all the world if need to defend should come, tho flguro of a great American an American In ovory flbro of his being as faithful as Washington, as humblo as Lincoln, and as unafraid as Roosevelt your leader, your candl dato and your friend. "Under which flag?" I should nov-c- r hcvq to nek you Americans of Maino. My solo injunction would be: You hold tho post of honor! you must point tho way. So boforo you go to tho polls, let your eyca rest for a moment upon tho twenty-thir- d star of tho forty-olgwhich gleam from tho background of blue. That is your star, tho star of Maine, tho North star of tho Union, unblemished from tho tlmo, moro than a century ago, whon it was added to tho galaxy on our national emblem. Lot It not bo tarnished now. Illumlno It nfrcsh by ndlng forth tho messago that Malno continues Inflexibly Amorlacn and re joices In tho privilege of being the first to volco to her sister states the spirit of compieto victory which surely In November will crown Warren G. Harding nnd Calvin Coolldge. now leaders of tho party, then leaders of the republic. ht -- 1 iiiiiw,ii Come in nnd find out 1 about our Budget Flan. It organizes your spending. Makes it easy for you to "swing" a New Edison. t Wn'll thow you how. U. I nAKNKS & IJRO. ttcavcr Dnm, Kjr. Tho Republican $1.50 per jenr. ' 1 ,. '' PUDC VOOL FABRICS 1 rr iCTTavuaoo 1 aer ct. " anti-Wils- on for-,pe- cts "FALL" The new fabrics for Fall are now on hand. They're superb. They're pure wool throughout, and what's more important, they're co em-vi- ce 0. 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